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  • Title: Lecture: Mathematics and Occultism.
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    • “True World” so long as his thought is permeated by what his
    • senses transmit. He demanded that thought should be emancipated from
    • after he has purged his thought of all that sensuous perception can
    • there exists no thought free from sense-perception. They say,
    • thought, he would only be dealing with the shadowy reflections of his
    • has built for him organs of sense), then his thought ceases to remain
    • super-sensible in mathematical thought. When a man reaches the stage of
    • senses; these are simply the results of mathematical thought
    • when mathematical thought ventures beyond the limits of
    • thought-control. Even if errors do creep in this field, they will
    • never act so misleadingly as do the undisciplined thoughts of the
    • himself the transition from thought permeated with sense to thought
    • He must also find the transition from thought emancipated from
    • sense-perception in form, to formless thought. The idea of a triangle,
    • thought. Just as one draws up mathematical equations in which one only
    • thought was really tending towards true Occultism. This is known to
  • Title: Address: The Spiritual-Scientific Basis of Goethe's Work
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    • many others, from the point of view of Anthroposophical thought and
    • Anthroposophy through Goethe's thought and the creations of
    • makes but one whole ... She has thought, and is for ever meditating;
    • formation of clouds, “he expresses his thoughts
  • Title: Esoteric Development: Lecture II: The Psychological Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • Wisdom which expresses itself in sacrificial love may be thought of
    • is associated in thought with this term. I have used the expression
    • etheric body. (One is, of course, not to connect this in thought with
    • to show that certain findings of modem natural science, if thought
    • familiarized oneself with the thought that the ego is not in the body
    • is reflected, one can then find this thought epistemologically
  • Title: Mission of Spiritual Science and Its Building at Dornach
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    • ago there was a question of giving our cause a name, I thought of one
    • is thought possible to attain knowledge which is not merely physical
    • thought that it would be well to erect such a building in Munich. When
    • be thought that they resemble those pursued by the Gnostics in the
    • necessary to look first at the modern method of thought in natural
    • quite a different method of thought. It is necessary to realise what it
    • with regard to the inner handling of thought. I will now try to make
    • to that of natural science. The mode of thought used by the
    • thought-forms, just as the forms of a statue are forms.
    • is within him not only a thought-out logic, but a living logic; logic
    • notice that in man there lives a real spectator of his thoughts and
    • And if we have these two, the living, moving thought-being, the etheric
    • soul; then we know that in the living thought, which is apprehended by
    • our soul and spirit through treating thought and will in the manner
    • when it is thought that spiritual research has anything in common with
    • passes after death. Only it must not be thought that what appear in
    • belong to this department that thoughts entertained by one person are
    • abroad concerning certain thoughts about the Bible which are said to be
    • asserted that I thought that when the Christ says, “When thou
    • later to be discovered. Would it be thought possible for anyone to say
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • thought and conceptual life, but living realities. Emphasis too must
    • faculties of erect posture, of speech, of thought and memory, and finally the
    • leading to the utterance of such thoughts as have been here expressed. Yet
    • give his name. It was a thoughtful article, written in a genuinely scientific
    • who denounce him as a visionary and quite unfamiliar with scientific thought.
    • in support of the views going to show that genuine scientific thought is in
    • Protestant line of thought and Spiritual Science.
    • particular branch of philosophical thought can find the conclusions of
  • Title: Article: Knowledge of the State Between Death and a New Birth
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    • The following thoughts are intended as aphoristic sketches of a domain
    • by many who, from the well-founded habits of thought of the culture of
    • the sceptical objections of those whose habits of thought have been
    • their scientific habits of thought, the opinion will be almost
    • thought. Now the spiritual investigator will not come into conflict
    • thoughts present in thinking but solely to the activity of thinking
    • itself. Every kind of thought content then disappears from
    • ordinary thinking, thoughts live; the process indicated extinguishes
    • the thought in thinking. The experience thus induced is a weaving in
    • ordinary thinking. What one has thought about an event is incorporated
    • cherishing of mere thoughts and a spiritual reality reached by
    • one understands only too well that those whose habits of thought have
    • see how thoughts acquired in outer experience necessarily arise in
    • these thoughts do not merely lead a spiritual life in the soul but
    • not to reject but to accept what scientific thought must maintain
    • about the dependence of the life of thought on bodily processes.
    • spiritual man within one. This is no thought-picture but a real being
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • thought and conceptual life, but living realities. Emphasis too must
    • faculties of erect posture, of speech, of thought and memory, and finally the
    • leading to the utterance of such thoughts as have been here expressed. Yet
    • give his name. It was a thoughtful article, written in a genuinely scientific
    • who denounce him as a visionary and quite unfamiliar with scientific thought.
    • in support of the views going to show that genuine scientific thought is in
    • Protestant line of thought and Spiritual Science.
    • particular branch of philosophical thought can find the conclusions of
  • Title: Article: Luciferic & Ahrimanic in their Relation to Man
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    • active, and a willing, shot through with the activity of thought.
    • Hence it can never decide the shares of thought and will in a state
    • must keep strictly to the activity of thought, and separate from it
    • finds that in the first four periods of life the activity of thought,
    • grasp by thought if, in his soul life, he were solely dependent on
    • those powers of thought which develop on the basis of the bodily
    • different character. It becomes capable of placing those thoughts
    • by means of the activity of thought which he unfolds on the basis of
    • thought capable of grasping the fourth period; at the beginning of
    • till the change of teeth. This evolution of thought throughout the
    • organism become the basis for a thought activity which comprehends
    • maturing of thought here described remain hidden from the ordinary
    • experiences result from a totally different co-operation of thought
    • existing in sense life. These thoughts are active in themselves
    • permeated by thought. In life pertaining to the senses, thoughts are
    • it can be known in the supersensible. The co-operation of thought
    • endowed with will, and will laden with thought, cannot take place on
    • soul through the co-operation of thought and will before her entrance
    • its stead there develops for self-perception a power of thought on
    • knowledge when it is directed, not to thought activity, but to will
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  • Title: Lecture: Mathematics and Occultism.
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    • “True World” so long as his thought is permeated by what his
    • senses transmit. He demanded that thought should be emancipated from
    • after he has purged his thought of all that sensuous perception can
    • there exists no thought free from sense-perception. They say,
    • thought, he would only be dealing with the shadowy reflections of his
    • has built for him organs of sense), then his thought ceases to remain
    • super-sensible in mathematical thought. When a man reaches the stage of
    • senses; these are simply the results of mathematical thought
    • when mathematical thought ventures beyond the limits of
    • thought-control. Even if errors do creep in this field, they will
    • never act so misleadingly as do the undisciplined thoughts of the
    • himself the transition from thought permeated with sense to thought
    • He must also find the transition from thought emancipated from
    • sense-perception in form, to formless thought. The idea of a triangle,
    • thought. Just as one draws up mathematical equations in which one only
    • thought was really tending towards true Occultism. This is known to
  • Title: Address: The Spiritual-Scientific Basis of Goethe's Work
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    • many others, from the point of view of Anthroposophical thought and
    • Anthroposophy through Goethe's thought and the creations of
    • makes but one whole ... She has thought, and is for ever meditating;
    • formation of clouds, “he expresses his thoughts
  • Title: Article: Supersensible Knowledge
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    • habitual thoughts of presentday Natural Science. For the point will
    • again into a way of thought which, within Natural Science itself, is
    • Thought. True, it remains unnoticed in the ordinary conscious life;
    • Thought which does not come into it from the faculty of Memory. It is
    • something that vouches to us for the correctness of a present thought,
    • not when a former thought emerging from the memory sustains it, but
    • when the correctness of the present thought is experienced directly.
    • completely spends the force in question for his life of thought-filled
    • perception. In Perception permeated by Thought this force is at work.
    • Thought and Perception in reality always flow together. And when he
    • lives in Thought alone, abstracted from perceptions, it is but an
    • activity of Thought which finds its supports in Memory. In this
    • abstracted Thought the physical organism is cooperative. For the
    • every-day consciousness, an activity of Thought unsubjected to the
    • ordinary Thought. The meditative life thus becomes an intensified
    • activity of Thought, receiving into itself the force that is otherwise
    • conscious in ordinary life when engaged in reflective thought,
    • So with the mode of thought which governs our outlook upon Nature, or
    • thought, chaotic wilfulness of instinct and desire.
    • thought which modern Natural Science has involved can be fruitfully
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  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article I: Spengler's "Perspectives of World History"
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    • thought possible. This growth is a product of the
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article II: The Flight From Thinking
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    • in which abstract thoughts are realized, but they do so out of
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article III: Spengler's Physiognomic View of History
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    • can be thought of only in the particular spot where the clan
    • expresses the abstract thought through which he tries to grasp
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article IV: Spengler's Spirit-Deserted History
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    • truth, in weaving thoughts as the basis for every human
    • as a will-being supported by moral thought-intuitions.) But for
    • modern method of thought has found in the preceding cultures.
  • Title: Lecture Series: William Shakespeare
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    • an uneducated actor could not have produced all the thoughts which
    • unfolds its thoughts and feelings.
    • found in Schiller's dramas, who thought that he had to encumber his
    • thoughts, but they all think and act in accordance with their own
  • Title: Lecture: William Shakespeare
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    • the thoughts which they discovered in Shakespeare's works, and
    • conjures up before us a human character and unfolds his thoughts
    • thought that he had to encumber his hero with it in order to
    • voice his thoughts, but they all think and act in
  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture I: Schiller's Life and Characteristic Quality
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    • have changed enormously. The pictures, problems and thoughts
    • soul departs, to exercise its power of thought in other spheres
  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture II: Schiller's Work and its Changing Phases
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    • thought about his relation to himself, to nature, the universe
    • nature right up to the thought of man there is one law. What is
  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture III: Schiller and Goethe
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    • Egmont, that fruit of a mature artistic thought. He
    • thought can be seen. Goethe saw the spirit in nature.
  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture IV: Schiller's Weltanschauung and his Wallenstein


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    • Julius.” The world is a thought of God, everything lives
    • looked for the thoughts, the characters, the single moods; and
  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture V: Schiller, the Greek Drama and Nietzsche
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    • his own thoughts which have taken on an objective life, he is
    • woman's careful thoughtfulness, till you, warmed by me, felt
    • letting the thoughts play freely about him, simply cannot but
    • thought contains ideas of the moment which have only to be
  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture VI: Schiller's Later Plays
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    • line of thought which Friedrich Nietzsche developed in his
    • Schiller always thought of men fundamentally as
    • representatives of a type; he thought of them in a sort of
  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture VII: Schiller's Influence during the Nineteenth Century
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    • one of the lines of modern thought. He started from the ideas
    • There was a marked contrast between the thoughts developed at
  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture VIII: What can the present learn from Schiller
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    • wholly out of his thoughts, being no longer in any relation to
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course I: Lecture I: The Eternal and the Transient in the Human Being
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    • interested in the question of immortality with all his thoughts? We
    • Feuerbach says: “one thought immortality first and then proved
    • it together. If we retain this thought, we recognise the eternal in
    • and he becomes more and more capable. This picture lets the thought
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course I: Lecture III: The Nature of God from the Theosophical Standpoint
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    • of the last decades has believed in such a thoughtless way that the
    • I am only a human being, and it is my spiritual obligation to form thoughts
    • this life is the divine life which leads to the higher thoughts which
    • If we think this thought in ourselves, it is divine, but it is not God
    • speaks in the human soul if this human soul forms thoughts and opinions?
    • The human being forms thoughts;
    • the thoughts stream from the human breast. But what speaks out of the
    • our concepts, our thoughts. Where come all our human ideas from? From
    • reverent again. We have lost reverence because of our European thoughts.
    • is formed also our thoughts are formed. As any formed being is an allegory,
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course II: Lecture I: The Epistemological Basis of Theosophy I
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    • in all these lines of thought only somebody can find the way who orientates
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course II: Lecture II: The Epistemological Basis of Theosophy II
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    • also joined this view in his youth. He thought Kant’s theory thoroughly.
    • of it than of the outside world. Keep this thought in mind in its full significance,
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course II: Lecture III: The Epistemological Basis of Theosophy III
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    • In the preceding talks I have tried to outline the basic thoughts
    • can also prove the truth of his thoughts like he may do this himself. One can
    • be thought logically through to the end to find out that it is a reductio ad
    • is thought about the whole subjective and objective world as nothing but ideas.
    • thought. But it seems only in such a way. Indeed, under the preconditions of
    • us strictly from the things, according to Kant. Then the thought gets closer
    • philosophy. As far as that is concerned, the greatest spirits have never thought
    • elliptical orbits round the sun. This is a thought which gives us insight in
    • to me, the others — I am not interested in them ...” A thought which
    • the cosmic universe on which this thought, living in the cosmos and flowing
    • Kepler would never have thought
    • This train of thought induces us
    • thoughts. They are written in Schopenhauer’s sense, but they are thoughts
    • I have often not thought and, nevertheless, I have been there.
    • A subtle train of thought is now
    • thoughts, namely: I am in the world, and: the world is in me, one could justify
    • Kantianism who impartially thinks monadologically. All philosophers who thought
    • the true realities of the world in this sense thought them as spiritual. They
    • thought them as something spiritual. If we go back to Giordano Bruno, to Leibniz,
    • that they have thought monadologically that they have considered the thinking
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course I: Lecture IV: Theosophy and Christianity
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    • thoughts have taken place there. Let me only give a few examples.
    • human type, thought in the abstract. This is characteristic that the 19th century
    • thought. If, however, the John’s Gospel is less entitled to authenticity,
    • what Christ taught; it was not that through which the first Christians thought
    • of the priests thought to be good for them. The gap had become bigger and bigger
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture I: Theosophy and Spiritism
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    • and he found — independently of each other — the great thought of
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture II: Theosophy and Somnambulism
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    • the thoughts of a particular person in the room in which they are. These are
    • firm using his science which a lot of human thoughts and endeavours has produced.
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V: Lecture I: What Does the Modern Human Being Find in Theosophy?
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    • at the sight of such works — but you cannot ignore the thought that that
    • That must induce the thoughtful soul observer to ask: what about it? Which forces
    • to these thoughts in the right way. We only need to imagine that infinite consequence,
    • and we can easily move from the thought of rebirth or reincarnation on the force
    • which must enliven the soul, without which the soul cannot be thought at all,
    • mental picture that forms the basis of a main thought of the theosophical world
    • point of view of the thoughtful reflection is: how have we to imagine the intricate
    • can overcome the apparent cliff with some thoughtful reflection. The soul enters
    • but in this world first of all. With it we have conceived the thought of reincarnation.
    • of the reincarnation of the soul only using pure thoughtful reflection if he
    • I have merely taken a thoughtful self-reflection into consideration which every
    • looks for a world view which satisfies his thoughts which satisfies the self-knowledge
    • questions about the human destiny and his dissimilarity to itself. Can a thoughtful
    • being has felt clearly who knew how to look with thoughtful look at nature and
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course III: Lecture I: Theosophical Teachings of the Soul. Part I: Body and Soul
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    • Christianity everybody who thought and tried to explain the human being considered
    • within Christianity. One thought that the human being would become too arrogant
    • of thought, if people were not yet so prejudiced in the external life, then
    • to us as a thought: the spirit in its purely spiritual existence progresses
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course III: Lecture II: Theosophical Teachings of the Soul. Part II: Soul and Human Destiny
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    • what takes place in the brain if a thought, a sensation, a feeling takes place
    • breast through all times, since human beings have thought, like a big question,
    • of the lion species. This fact must be thought through to the end and be understood
    • thoughts completely can never regard the spiritual development as analogous
    • this thought must be connected with the spiritual-scientific teaching of reincarnation.
    • It is no fantastic thought, it is a thought which is crystal clear and arises
    • inevitably from the preconditions of nature. As inevitable as the thought of
    • animal realm, the thought of the reincarnation of the individuality is. We have
    • analogous way how the thought of the theosophical science of the soul is absolutely
    • being even today. This is thought not scientifically but honestly. Those who
    • has spatial ones. Those who state that such thoughts are contradictory to the
    • of the scientific thoughts nor of this psychology. They have not developed their
    • natural sciences? They must have recognised the range of the scientific thoughts,
    • basic naturalists thought about the researchers of soul and mind. One states
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course III: Lecture III: Theosophical Teachings of the Soul. Part III: Soul and Mind
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    • than the pure, unsensuous thought? The human beings of everyday life who stick
    • What lived only as an image of thought
    • up his soul, if this shadowy reality of thoughts surrounds him in such a way
    • thoughts. But just these thoughts do not speak to him with the same concrete
    • hypnotist and what you think, what comes as a thought from you has a direct
    • the thoughts of the other. If you face another person in normal condition, his
    • mind works on you. But his mind, his thoughts work on your soul first of all.
    • It works on you like desire and harm, and you decide how to react to the thoughts,
    • soul is the essential part of hypnosis. Then the foreign thought, the thought
    • We carry out what we grasp as a thought what we grasp thinking in the everyday
    • mind thinks about the colour. It forms a thought. But between the thought and
    • itself between him and the hypnotist. There the thought of the other becomes
    • an immediate natural force, there the thought becomes creative. The thought
    • which are mind-impregnated with the thoughts of the hypnotist. They go out from
    • human being perceives this spirit in the shadowy reflection of the thoughts
    • without desire and grief like the hypnotised hears the thoughts and words of
    • Then, however, his thoughts, saturated
    • The thoughts of the human being are only abstract thoughts, because the everyday
    • thoughts must be taken up by the soul, why our thoughts must be transformed
    • into the personality to become effective. Personal wishes approach the thoughts
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V: Lecture II: What Do Our Scholars Know about Theosophy?
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    • If a school of thought should be successful in the course of
    • human evolution, a school of thought, which does not find acceptance or may
    • of the new school of thought Galileo, Copernicus, Giordano Bruno had to fight
    • the school of thought inaugurated by Giordano Bruno had to fight against traditions.
    • that school of thought that is represented under the name theosophy in the literature,
    • such schools of thought more or less unknown at the moment of their appearance,
    • against the theosophical school of thought more or less today or opposes against
    • time the Darwinist school of thought explained nature completely from energy
    • is a certain indifference to all the objects, thoughts and beings which go beyond
    • This is a thought process which
    • that he cannot understand what theosophy maintains has not yet thought enough
    • think. This is only a thought. You can objectively find what I investigate.
    • speaks about moving atoms, then that cleverly thought-out construction of monads
    • follow me in my subtle thought process. If anybody sees the red colour outside,
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture III: The History of Spiritism
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    • he had the ability to send his thoughts miles away; another boasted that he
    • to it. In mediaeval times no reasonable human being thought to advocate that
    • is passed on from the parents to the children. — One thought that at one
    • In the sense of the thoughts which lived in them the answers were given. Whichever
    • to perceive the thoughts of others who are in distant rooms. You find such instructions
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture IV: The History of Hypnotism and Somnambulism
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    • science, which was influenced more or less by the materialistic school of thought,
    • other results! Is this nothing at all that a woman only grasps the thought of
    • could they expect such an effect of the thought according to their rationalistic
    • means to explain the effect of the thought on the bodily states? Even if we
    • young man he paid attention to Mesmerism and thought that something is behind
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V: Lecture III: Is Theosophy Unscientific?
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    • we do not have senses for them. The reasonable naturalists made such thoughts
    • the passions, desires, wishes and impulses. This world of thoughts, the world
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V: Lecture IV: Is Theosophy Buddhist Propaganda?
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    • centuries, because everything that it comprises belongs to a range of thoughts
    • Buddhist school of thought. Those who have spread the prejudice do not know
  • Title: Lecture: Theosophy and Tolstoy
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    • thought in the West? — That is the fundamental trend in Ibsen's
    • thought. — If you would truly understand form, you must look into
  • Title: Lecture: The Inner Development of Man
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    • spiritual teacher's statements, following them as it were in thought
    • realize that a quality that he develops within himself, a thought that
    • new inclinations must be acquired by constantly holding the thought of
    • acquire new characteristics, thoughts and inclinations. A person must
    • the thought that this sorrow or accident has not occurred by some
    • however, have to give himself up to these thought attitudes as if they
    • simple. It is essential, therefore, that one have one's thought-life
    • thoughts before ever venturing into soul and spirit worlds. One who
    • thinking and are unable to control their thought-life through their own
    • mortal. Check the thought that passed through your head a moment ago
    • Such thoughts have no value for inner development.
    • So all thoughts that connect us with finiteness and transitory matters
    • inner sounding. Man must give himself up to thoughts, concepts and
    • tomorrow but forever. Such thoughts are found in the various religious
    • with the thirteenth chapter. Again, effective thoughts are to be found
    • becomes determined to refrain from thinking an evil thought about his
    • turns away from the thoughts that assail him from outside and instead
    • arises to the thoughts belonging to eternity, he kindles the flame
    • silent and utter only significant, lofty thoughts, if he lives a
  • Title: Esoteric Development: Lecture VII: The Great Initiates
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    • tones. Sharp, logical thoughts express themselves in sharply outlined
    • forms. Illogical, confused thoughts come to expression in figures
    • thought and through his work, the more this smaller aura spreads
    • upon the thoughts that you shelter from morning to night, and upon
    • how these thoughts are influenced by the time and the place in which
    • you live. See whether you can hinder your thoughts, and ask yourself
    • space. It is different when we give ourselves up to thoughts that
    • scientific thoughts to which men have given themselves up, the
    • highest thoughts of mathematics and geometry, that have an eternal
    • that the average man has very few thoughts that are not dependent on
    • other than surrendering oneself to thoughts which have eternal
    • above both space and time. Such thoughts are contained in the great
    • itself under the influence of such eternal thoughts. The student
    • control of thought, control of action, tolerance, steadfastness,
    • same way as we cause our wishes, our thoughts and ideas to proceed
    • described here will still remain remote to many people's thoughts.
  • Title: Two Essays on Haeckel: Essay II: Haeckel, "The Riddle of the Universe," Theosophy
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    • towards such great and simple paths of thought as those from
    • comprehensive powers of thought: the very qualities in
    • tendencies of scientific thought which have for several decades
    • It was then thought that what could be perceived by the senses,
    • been made at a time when people still thought as they did about
    • boldly materialistic attitude of thought that Darwinism has
    • from the higher animals. But since that day scientific thought
    • question as to how sensations, feelings, and thoughts arise in
    • thought, and many who would probably resent the suggestion of
    • fundamental attitude of theosophical thought.
    • theosophical thought to delve into the past with regard
    • upon an error of thought. This error may be cleared up by means
    • seat of thought activities. As the soul of to-day, directed
    • same thought has been voiced by Goethe in a well-known
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture I: Haeckel, the Riddles of the World and Theosophy
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    • lines of thought which Haeckel's worldview consists of. I would
    • sciences developed in the forties and fifties. One thought that
    • which one would have thought as around the turn of the 18th to
    • ruling materialistic circles of thought. Nevertheless, many
    • spirit. Goethe expressed the same thought in the famous
  • Title: Lecture Series: The Situation of the World
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    • radically, nevertheless many people harbour these thoughts.
    • development of human culture and thought to discover in it the
    • had been disposed of completely — so people thought
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture III: Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Soul and Spirit of the Human Being
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    • special contents, but so-called eternal contents of thought at
    • we understand by such eternal contents of thought.
    • much of the ideas and thoughts living in me, of the feelings
    • contents of thought.
    • gives everlasting contents of thought to the soul at first. The
    • They get knowledge of the world round them with their thoughts.
    • These thoughts are not only expression of that which lives in
    • If no thought and no concept were in the space outside, one
    • thoughts. The stone about which you think and which you
    • understand must have originated from a thought, otherwise the
    • thought could not be got out. If you do not want to get
    • thoughts are as true in the world outside as the thoughts in
    • your head inside. You think, and the thoughts that live in you
    • human being thinks in the spirit. Indeed, the thought lives in
    • ability in himself to see the thoughts of his fellow-man, to
    • of his thought, but the thought itself, when he is able to open
    • perceive the thoughts, the spirit of the world. Then the star
    • spiritual. Then his soul perceives the thought as distinctly as
    • to the mere senses. The human being has as the bare thought in
    • this thought with his soul in the course of his life. He learns
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    • spoken words imprint themselves, but all thoughts, feelings and
    • imprints that the human achievements up to the thoughts cause
    • the great thought structures, then in the marvellous science,
    • colour, social rank et cetera. I shall explain this thought in
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VII: The Core of Wisdom in the Religions
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    • which the human beings could look up. They thought that the
    • imagination and their life of thought was in such a way that
    • The human being today strives for forming thoughts and images
    • human being still tried to rouse the Brahman, which is thought
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    • about that thoughts concerning the highest principle are separated
    • The wonderful tool of thought, the brain, also
    • eyes of our sisters and brothers, if we search in the thoughts and
    • usually about it. It means also to respect the freedom of thought in
    • does the same thing in thought nobody would say this is an injustice.
    • permits to send thoughts of love and friendship to their loved ones.
    • thought has a power in the same way as an electrical wave, which goes
    • yourself, develop a loving attitude and let your thoughts stream from
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    • Even beyond the grave, one thought brotherly, while one
    • intermediary. At that time, one never thought to regulate the
    • looking at his co-brothers; who does research in the thoughts
    • attention also to the freedom of thought of other people. It is
    • boorishness if one does the same, however, in thoughts, because
    • he finds time — to send thoughts of love and friendship
    • meaningless. But if you are once able to see that the thought
    • soul, have the heart to let flow your thoughts affectionately
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    • begin with, we must become masters over our thoughts, and
    • particularly our train of thought. This is called control of
    • thoughts. Just think how thoughts whirl about in the soul of man,
    • arises, there another, and each one changes one's thoughts. It is not
    • true that we govern our thoughts; rather our thoughts govern us
    • specific thought at a certain time of the day and not allow any other
    • thought to enter and disturb our soul. In this way we ourselves hold
    • the reins of thought life for a time.
    • you may awaken. You must meditate about a great thought content that
    • has nothing to do with the external world, and let this thought
    • organism. When the occultist indicates how one must direct thoughts,
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    • become masters of our thoughts, of the chains of our thoughts
    • in particular. One calls that the control of thoughts. Consider
    • once how in the human soul the thoughts are bustling about, how
    • thought. It is not true that we control the thoughts; rather
    • the thoughts control us completely. However, we must advance so
    • far that we are engrossed in a certain thought during a certain
    • time of the day and say to ourselves, no other thought is
    • ourselves lead the reins of the thought life for some time.
    • thought, which have nothing to do with the outside world, and
    • to liven these contents of thought up in you.
    • how to direct your thoughts, feelings and sensations to the
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    • thought would have it, but as a living spirit:
    • darkness. Materialistic thought does not reflect much on this event,
    • not relating something here that has been discovered and thought out
    • all the streets spiritual-scientific thoughts, feelings and actions
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XI: The Christian Teachings of Wisdom
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    • the stars of the luminous sky. The thoughtful human being will
    • thoughts in a complete, possibly scientific way. This has
    • mystic thoughts. If the Theosophical Society continues to
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XII: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • says, this is no map of Asia Minor, you have thought up this.
    • river mud. One thought this generally. One did not have the
    • thoughts and language are only higher forms of that which we
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIV: The Children of Lucifer
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    • principle, which he get to know, are real thoughts of the
    • creates with his thoughts today, and as he puts his thoughts
    • thoughts into the world of existence.
    • thoughts. If you stand before the piece of art, before the
    • thoughts of the mechanic, of the artist are crystallised as it
    • that build up an animal, he said to himself, thoughts of beings
    • of divine nature are therein. As well as the thought of the
    • mechanic is in the machine, the thoughts of a creator, of a god
    • are embodied in their thought in the whole nature surrounding
    • mystery pupils saw the slumbering divine thoughts in the whole
    • human being is there only, so that in him these divine thoughts
    • can recover their very own existence. All thoughts in the soul
    • have taken. Thus, the gods live in their thoughts.
    • the thought of the past or the present, but a god of the
    • thoughts, which the human being once is able to think as the
    • anything dead, but as abstract divine thoughts. Then we are
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XV: Germanic and Indian Secret Doctrines
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    • develop this thought. He did not yet know spiritual science.
    • course, I do not say, the thoughts of the people, but I say,
    • thoughts only. — That is which the human being of the
    • cultures. What I have shown in great thoughts and outlines as
    • out of the thought and the human being himself is born out of
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVI: German Theosophists at the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
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    • culminating point of our deepest life of thought completely out
    • understanding how these results of the German life of thought
    • concerned with that deepening of the German life of thought
    • Hegel's great life of thought among our philosophers. The
    • generally thought achieved in Germany. Then one would also
    • go through today this school of the German thought of the turn
    • personality from the traditions. What one has thought for
    • great lines of thought something that one can obtain among the
    • took place in the German life of thought, actually, at that
    • life of thought impeded the access to the real spiritual world
    • thought is the essentials that it depends on. This thought
    • thinking. However, someone who broke with this thought
    • that many deep thoughts were in Fichte. — That is a
    • on the heights of thought, although he spoke in the purest,
    • clearest, and logically sharpest thoughts, a quite warm and
    • his thoughts at the same time. He himself pronounced the word
    • icy, but not less important regions of thoughts from which
    • region of thoughts, we want to come to flowery fields soon.
    • settle down, you educate yourselves to his thoughts, then you
    • one day if he settles down into the clear lines of thought of
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    • able to direct all his thoughts and energy only to the
    • thoughts according to which the world is built up. Not that is
    • Wagner had these thoughts in the abstract; but this does not
  • Title: Lecture: Easter
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    • cells working together so that all the thoughts and feelings
    • incapable of developing even an initial thought for the
    • grow. At first she barely dreams of the profound thoughts of
    • understood by man. Cosmic thought has worked through
    • the cosmos — when she attains thoughtful clarity and
    • cosmic thought in the seasons of the year, recognises in the
    • possibility of seeing cosmic thought spread out in my
    • environment — cosmic thought that sleeps in me as in
    • thought.
    • this thought profoundly. When he lived in a villa on the
    • awaking nature, his thoughts concerning it gave rise to
    • the Christ Jesus, and the thought of Parzifal seeing the Holy
    • idea of this anthroposophical thought, — a paradox
    • these thoughts of the Easter festival also does Spiritual
    • Science have a deepening effect. The thought of Easter which
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIX: The Easter Festival
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    • this can be expressed which the thoughts, the sensations of the
    • that can hardly develop the first thoughts to understand that
    • great thought of the universal spirit that has built up the
    • himself. The universal thought has worked for countless years,
    • recognising the universal thought in the seasons, sees its
    • see the universal thought spread out in my surroundings that
    • groping feeling of the universal thought. The human being is
    • resurrection inside of the human being. The thought of the
    • redeeming Christ was connected with the cosmic thought.
    • lot of the basic view of the spiritual-scientific thought see
    • the idea of karma. They say, the thought of the redeeming god
    • understand neither the Easter thought of redemption in the
    • right sense, nor the thought of karmic justice. It would not be
    • Just the thought of resurrection and redemption is only
    • depth of the Easter thought. The human being lives now in the
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XX: Inner Development
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    • reasonable work of thought at first. Everybody believes that
    • of thoughts and actions, impartiality, endurance, equanimity,
    • must be someone who controls his thoughts. Then he gets rhythm
    • add nothing else; only one thought must live in him. It is the
    • occultism calls dhyana, after he has thought through the
    • a form of thought that one should better call a form of
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    • world building and human building in his thoughts, in his world
    • beings. It is between the world thought and any matter. Jacob
    • and the possibility of disharmony. Just this thought of Jacob
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    • biology. For, as long as people thought that decisions could not be
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture V: The Question of Women's Rights
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    • to us as a necessity in the history of thought. However, to be
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture IV: Spiritual Science and the Social Question
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    • thoughts and feelings. Socialism, however, believes that the
    • conditions of today were thoughts and intentions of human
    • because human beings have thought them that way. If we want to
    • better thoughts, feelings, and intentions. However, if we look
    • thought. They have originated from the same thoughts and
    • with his thoughts because he falls short. Materialism makes it
    • because the thoughts do not tangle up because no particular
    • being gets the thoughts in manifold tangles. That forces the
    • riddles of the world in short thoughts, he also thinks about
    • the social order in short thoughts. Thus, we see that that
    • give them sunshine, food, and clever thoughts! — Fichte
    • me what I work. — Truth is a long way from this thought
    • thoughtfully to the question whether the work that is paid
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • certain culture and that it determines their thoughts and
    • affairs. Who would have thought, a few years ago, that what
    • imply? A thoughtful person will recognize that very much is
    • of unworldly abstract thought — nothing but a play on
    • human thought and beliefs. Indeed, even the most
    • on an individual's inner life. The thoughts and ideas a
  • Title: Lecture: Occult Significance of Blood
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    • book has been published on “The Mimicry of Thought,” a
    • occultist merely something which he adds in thought to what is
    • something quite distinct, and thoughtful people have at all times been
    • parents' house, and the thought suddenly flashed across his mind that
    • The birth of logical thought, the birth of the intellect, was
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • reading was published recently about the mimicry of thought.
    • and psychologist. He sets out to show that a person's thought
    • ether body is not something speculative or thought out, but
    • sensed by thoughtful natures. In his autobiography, Jean Paul
    • the courtyard of his parent's house, the thought suddenly
    • has resulted in logical, intellectual thoughts. This is a
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    • also understand how thoughtful men have ascribed to pain such an
    • certain thought and feeling processes have taken place. The human
    • transform his thoughts into will-impulses. He is weak as a man of
    • action; he can doubtless think, but cannot resolve to put thoughts
    • let his feelings be guided rightly through thoughts, to bring his
    • feelings into harmony with the thoughts behind them. Insanity is
    • apart into a feeling-man, a will-man and a thought-man. Ruling over
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    • not something merely thought out; it is a reality and can be
    • why thoughtful people ascribe such a significant role to
    • organization. Certain thoughts and feelings will call up
    • the human being will be unable to translate his thoughts into
    • link thoughts and feelings correctly; this human cannot bring
    • his feelings into harmony with the thoughts behind them.
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    • must not be thought that the same repeats itself; nothing
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture V: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Our ordinary thoughts and will-impulses are also contained in
    • taken money from a cashbox; greatly disturbed, they thought
    • to harbor any critical thoughts or opposition against the
    • thought, every feeling, every sentiment motivating those
    • maintain that one's thoughts and feelings do not matter as
    • cannot permit themselves ignoble thoughts or feelings. Words
    • affect only the external senses, whereas thoughts and
    • cared for. Impure thoughts and passions harm them just as
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    • realise that here we have no thought-out theory but a simple fact —
    • of life are sound, then these sound thoughts are most potent
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Illness and Death
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    • only far more profound than thought at first sight, but also
    • these healthy thoughts will act as a powerful force of
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • descriptions are thought of as the reality. Megalomania,
    • can, after all, do what he thought was beyond him.
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IX: Wisdom and Health
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    • used in electrical machinery. Everyone thought the gadget
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • judgment and abstract thought. Before puberty the child
    • his life of thoughts and feelings of a spiritual nature comes
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • thought to be some Und of sect that flourished in the early
    • thoughts are like will-o-the-wisps so that no distinction is
    • think in pure thoughts, only in thoughts that reflect
    • person concerned is not capable of thinking in pure thoughts.
    • oneself. Human beings must be able to formulate thoughts that
    • thought when his attention is completely withdrawn from
    • find a thinking that combines physical facts, but thoughts
    • represents, not a collection of thoughts, but a
    • thought-organism. Thought is not added to thought, each grows
    • organism. The thoughts must necessarily develop in like
    • knowledge and has made one's own thoughts that follow one
    • the so-called vortex, which can be thought of as two
    • concerning rhythmic breathing accompanied by thoughts of a
    • special nature. The effect must be thought of as comparable
    • be thought of in conjunction with what was said about the
    • immerse himself with certain thoughts meditatively in the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XII: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • would have thought of it before speaking. It must be borne in
    • centuries, the Gnostics, have thought otherwise, as does
    • such an ideal form. He thought to recognize it in ancient
    • Thoughtful
    • had existed. And the thought came to him that man, in order
    • person towards whom the thoughts and feelings are directed.
    • ways no one has thought of before. He has looked back to
    • thought to have originated in Nibelungenheim or
    • This thought is the same as that contained in the Quest for
    • in nature. These thoughts were passing through Wagner's soul
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XIII: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • thought of as ordinary music. The spiritual world, the
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture I: The Mission of Occult Science in Our Time
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    • that ill, wrong thoughts generate illnesses really. However, we
    • wrong thoughts.
    • theosophy should spread healthy thoughts how theosophy should
    • thought that penetrates the whole world that orders the planets
    • Then one is allowed to add: if this thought that can be only
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture II: Natural Science Facing a Crucial Decision
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    • pursuing the scientific thought process, as it is offered to
    • microscope and the new research method. One has thought a lot
    • thought, they have thought it for themselves; another may find
    • Vogt had only to draw the unequivocal consequence: thoughts are
    • existence, produces phenomena like thoughts, sensations and
    • Thus, Vogt and all those thought who have drawn the daring,
    • this thought cancels out, so that one can compare it to
    • that also that which was thought out became something material,
    • be content with the thought: nevertheless, you cannot take over
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    • spiritual, higher worlds, the thought will also appear of
    • I would like to place some words of Goethe's deep-thought fragment
    • thoughts, and impulses in the souls have no influence on life
    • observation: thinking, feeling and willing, thought, feeling
    • only have thoughts referring to the sense-perceptible world; he
    • can also have thoughts that arise from an inner power that the
    • archetypical animal. What sort of thoughts are these? Goethe
    • Goethe thought —, the one looks this way, the other that way.
    • inner production. The botanists thought that Goethe meant an
    • healthy thinking and says, you give me thoughts only;
    • happen, if I speak to you? What I speak are my thoughts at
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    • the accounts of thoughtful present-day physicians. Fortunately,
    • these or those thoughts he experiences? We will be able herein
    • conglomeration of physical things, of atoms. For him, thoughts
    • develop this blue vapor of thoughts. To this Wagner replied in
    • us consider the phenomenon that the abstract thoughts of today
    • cannot be brought about by abstract theories and thoughts.
    • Holy Grail. Here you have evolution presented not in thoughts,
    • Abstract thoughts are without effect.
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    • thoughts. There are people and doctors today, especially
    • Perhaps it is currently thought that for the spiritual
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    • sunshine, food, and clever thoughts at the right time! — The
    • whether you have it or not. Your thoughts are inserted as
    • already older than many who write today. He bethought, I will
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    • Other ages, which thought
    • thoughts, and then you find that the ostensible contradiction
    • can see the original thought that is distributed in most
    • way, as a thought of the human being is distributed among the
    • antlered animal. The same original thought forms the basis
    • creative thoughts. In him, the thought is reflected not only
    • While we see this thought
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    • productions of human thoughts, human inventions, discoveries,
    • everything in materialistic thought forms.
    • says in it that he has thought a lot about the functions of the
    • the thoughts are so short that such a time also needs clear and
    • certain thoughts of the social structure as one could produce
    • uncertain social powers, but human thoughts, human sensations
    • conditions solely by wrong thoughts. It is not difficult to
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    • it is more a nice, poetic but impossible thought compared to
    • Schiller thought also
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    • and thoughts to get strength, power and certainty for his work
    • necessary food and, as far as I am concerned, clever thoughts,
    • the thoughts of that who turns the crank.
    • of thought, feeling and will-impulses stronger and stronger
    • meditation of thoughts, feelings, and will-impulses make the
    • From such thoughts, the
    • aerial embodiment of the thoughts. If I have pronounced
    • anything, the thought sounds there, it is embodied in the air,
    • see the physical creation of my thoughts bustling about in the
    • from his thoughts.
    • thoughts in the air today, he will embody himself by the organ
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    • and it is the bearer of the whole life of thought and imaging,
    • great spirits have thought or felt such deep connections, and
    • thought and felt the same that spiritual science puts before
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    • scientific facts gets to the following thoughts. There he says,
    • thought, and this has made us recognise that this physical
    • We have recognised the thought that that what the human being
    • all thoughts from the soul, which anyhow go back to place and
    • thoughts, feelings, and will actions that flow through the soul
    • only for minutes, to such thoughts and feelings that are
    • thoughts and feelings are given. They are there; they are
    • higher spiritual life. If the human being lets such thoughts of
    • thought of eternity with strictly prescribed methods if he
    • knows to live in subtle way with such eternity thoughts. I
    • describe this for the thought life at first. Who may deny that
    • there are such thoughts? The human thoughts, as they are today,
    • lives more intimately in our soul than our thoughts and mental
    • However, these thoughts
    • adhere to his figures ever so much which express the thought of
    • a bridge, the thought of a bridge in all details may be quite
    • correct — the thought may be right, however, the bridge
    • is not there. The thought is the most intimate that lives in
    • existence the thought is the most ineffective. It has an inner
    • least to the thoughts of eternity, he learns to come to know
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    • to us to-day outwardly — will see that in this thought he
    • thought has become so important for a large part of our modern
    • with spirit-created thoughts. Thus Goethe's proto-phenomenon is
    • overboard old traditions, and create feelings, thoughts and ideas
    • with the emotional thought ‘Lord Jesus, come and be our
    • thoughtful student this ‘Legend of the Green Snake and the
    • of imaginative thought enters the Youth. At this instant he is
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    • thought that in the exact same sense, as the single plant is
    • traditions and to create feelings, thoughts and ideas which
    • combat each other. Thus, we have to project our thoughts in
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    • sense and the spirit of Goethe's methods of thought and
    • old as human thought. It always took the view that man has before him
    • reason and capacity to formulate thoughts to these
    • will always repeat: in science, only the power of thought may enter,
    • which the power of thought might achieve by being kept impersonal,
    • If you carry the thought a step further, you will be able to
    • of thought, and because you have not the habit of thought and feeling
    • thoughts and to think has advanced furthest, and is most inclined and
    • the personal in the case of thought and the capacity to formulate
    • can verify objectivity, but also with regard to thought the majority
    • thought to such a point that we no longer think personally, but let
    • the thoughts in us think, as we let mathematical thought do. Thus,
    • when we have cleansed thought from the influences of personality, we
    • thought.
    • personal element as well as thought, so that feeling can transmit the
    • same objectivity as thought can. This cleansing or development of the
    • thing that the thought and action of the man assume this or that
    • things something which can speak not to thought at all, but only to
    • thought possibilities, things which speak to one's soul and the
    • will, feeling and thought by representing them in his Fairy
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    • the fields of the thought life. There are large fields of the
    • thought life which deliver completely objective truths to us,
    • personally, but let the thoughts think in us, as well as we let
    • the mathematical thoughts think in us. If we have purified the
    • thoughts from the influence of the personal, we speak of the
    • with objective thoughts.
    • go back to a thought that he pronounced once: “Everything
    • which is never able to grasp one single literary thought or
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IV: Bible and Wisdom I
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    • which one thought that it must be composed, if anybody printed
    • big error that originated from the fact that one thought
    • thought that it is possible to approach the Bible with such
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    • turning emotions, sensations, and thoughts to it by faith.
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    • biggest role in this or that school of thought. Someone
    • thought — in the one or other way. Let us try to bring a
    • At this moment, he had the thought: nevertheless, it is strange
    • thought. Richet saw a person and had the certain impression to
    • is in Paris and thought to go to the editorial office —
    • and at this moment, I saw this thought by telepathy!
    • differently depending on the school of thought. I myself would
    • bias, in which a person is with his line of thought, causes
    • incredible than the original process. For he thought that there
    • fertile thought, as a fertile opinion. If we forget the
    • original thought, the original opinion and take the formality
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    • practitioner is not concerned about anybody's thoughts, but
    • about the effects of the thoughts. That is the point. It does
    • significant for life that one has fertile thoughts which are
    • is important, but rather the fact that these thoughts are
    • this thought is not quite correct. Imagine once the following:
    • control the coherence of his thoughts from his ego, while heavy
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    • Somebody who forms his thoughts from the big viewpoints of the
    • world and enlivens these thoughts causes such an inner activity
    • making the soul happy. Who works on his thoughts in such a way
    • worldview, a healthy harmony of thoughts fulfils our soul. Our
    • say not too much if we say, clear, bright thoughts,
    • comprehensive thoughts, as they are caused only by a
    • not suitable to him. Thoughts that are likenesses of the
    • if as a paradox — not because in the thoughts the forces
    • energetic thoughts which make digestion proceed in a way.
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    • about whom one knows literally hardly more than that he thought
    • beings, an empty picture of thought. Everything that one can
    • is thought out of the monumental of the paradigms. He says, I
    • should produce a unity of feelings, unity of thoughts. However,
    • believes now to feel in his soul, what Christ had thought and
    • payment and thought and learnt to recognise that there is
    • thoughtlessly and pointlessly at this soul life, but looks at
    • occur in five to six lines like flashes of thought and become
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    • simple thought. I said, “Imagine, you stand in a railroad
    • reality, in the reality of thoughts. What does this mean? You
    • out thoughts from a world without thoughts. It is absurd if one
    • believes that the whole sum of our thoughts and mental pictures
    • could find any thought from a world, which is not created and
    • formed according to thoughts. All that we learn about nature
    • this nature and its events. It is no thought in our soul, which
    • However, if anybody has this confidence in the thoughts, which
    • where the thoughts express nothing else than what is included
    • searched than the real creative thought. If anyone has this
    • confidence, this faith in the reality of thoughts, he easily
    • education of thought. Secondly, desire and love of that which
    • have any thought in themselves, he is hostile, actually, to the
    • real cause complies with my thoughts. I have something very
    • thoughts comply with that which I can know as the cause, then
    • wrong thoughts with the right course of the events. If one does
    • a thought from a fact, which corresponds, to the objective
    • event and tries to construct in thoughts what can result
    • whether that happens which he has thought himself. In the
    • thought. However, if he continues this, he sees thinking
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    • of humours at the proper time and — clever thoughts as
    • sentence came, actually, from somebody who thought
    • sensations, images, sufferings, joys, complexes of thought et
    • development of the human brain. The complex lines of thought,
    • has joined it; one has thought ahead what we then reflect. Is
    • which one has said thoughtlessly! Goethe pronounced the word of
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Temperaments
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    • thought. Our highest member, which places us above all other earthly
    • influence appear to have no control over their thoughts and
    • to his short attention span can be brought about through thoughtful
    • planning. Using thought in this way, even on the smallest scale, will
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    • material, thought out in terms of the theatre to please everyone and I wished for nothing
    • thoughtful, sensible men who possessed above all things through
    • This book was much thought of then as giving a
    • abstract or drawn from thought. They were ideas which could be
    • arrive in thought at ideas freed from the physical, may easily
    • What was felt and thought about Faust was expressed
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    • put into such words, what one thought and felt about Faust. One
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    • has received as one approaching illumination. It might be thought
    • human thoughts are really pervaded and permeated by beings from the
    • thought has been spent on this Homunculus. But thinking and
    • — but in such a way that it must be thought of as quite
    • confined to his thoughts, like the intelligent historian,
    • thought. But now it is developed and is carried away, because
    • While he here gives utterance to the thought of his
    • While the opposite thoughts of the sense-world are used as
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    • age and so on — penetrate the actions and thoughts of the
    • decisions, thoughts and concepts, but they are guided by that
    • has thought a lot about Homunculus. However, the reflection and
    • who thought that Wagner has the conviction that the Homunculus
    • While he expresses the thought of his philosophy of the
    • While one shows the opposite thoughts for the sensuous world as
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XV: Nietzsche in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the thoughts sounding in himself: he lay there this way. I had
    • myth creation and art. Nietzsche did not know this. He thought
    • a deposit of his world of thought in this time we have the
    • to rest from intensive work of thought. In such a way, he lay
  • Title: Lecture: Isis and Madonna
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    • earthly but a heavenly home. It was thought that the ennobled,
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVII: Old European Clairvoyance
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    • thoughts, images, and ideas in our inside is only one
    • connections which are round them. They give thought to a small
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    • the language of current thought, we should say that the Mysteries are
    • “Manas.” Then man begins to permeate every thought with a
    • definite element of feeling so that each thought may be said to have
    • the path of higher development thoughts begin to arise in him which
    • Ego. Feeling does not immediately attach itself to a thought, but the
    • thoughts which are related to the spiritual world; through his
    • Flor and Blancheflor. Flor and Blancheflor must not be thought of as
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    • thought with a certain feeling, that any thought becomes cold
    • and more able to think in such a way that the thoughts are not
    • a thought immediately, but the human being splits in an
    • experiences all thoughts relating to the spiritual world by his
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    • to put pen to paper and express our thoughts in writing? A great deal must
    • thought that nothing better could be said about this portrayal of Laocoon,
    • inspired by the great thoughts of the heroes and to kindle the enthusiasm
    • widest sense which in later life can lead through our thoughts and feelings
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 1: The Mission of Spiritual Science
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    • turns to important figures in the history of thought, for instance to
    • right way, in order to relate his thought to life.
    • is given to scientific ways of thought, but for our solitary thinker it was
    • collected by the new forms of scientific thought. With regard to external
    • follows this thought through without prejudice, it will not seem nonsensical
    • human beings there is something invisible. For how could it be thought that
    • thought is limited by space and time, while in the spiritual world there is a
    • Being who is pure thought. You have a limited capacity for love, whereas in
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 3: The Mission of Truth
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    • himself. His thoughts, feelings and will-impulses should spring from this
    • a rarity among millionaires in concerning himself with thoughts of general
    • sense of an opinion, is a thought which reflects the outer world. When we
    • form a thought or reach a decision about something, does it follow that we
    • through personal effort only by beings capable of thought. Inasmuch as truth
    • and this we can arrive at by reflective thought. Similarly, we can discern
    • thought.
    • other truths. These cannot be gained by reflective thought, but only by going
    • they must be kept strictly apart, one derived from reflective thought and the
    • other from “creative” thought.
    • that he had thought it out correctly. He has to show that the clock does what
    • thought. It can be proven only by showing how it applies to life and is
    • much strength and fruitfulness, these thoughts can bring. Or again, if we ask
    • reflective thought or to those that come from creative thought. If we steep
    • with reflective thoughts. Nothing else does so much to isolate the Ego, to
    • a man confines himself to this kind of reflective thought, the less fruitful
    • and to extract a thought from it. He ponders over it. In this way its reality
    • soul has extracted a thought from the picture, it has finished with it.
    • Nothing more can be done except to formulate thoughts about the thought
    • thoughts take form as realities in outer life; here he is working after the
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    • penetrated by the inner-light of thought. At the same time it is from the
    • feelings and thoughts.
    • Logical thought cannot be proved primarily by logical thought, but only by
    • thought. What must feeling become if it is to provide an impulse not only for
    • they are able to conceive it in terms of thought. This love is indeed
    • thought.
    • by the light of thought.
    • must then immediately exert itself to permeate with the life of thought the
    • it rushes out into life and shrinks from using the light of thought to
    • succumbs to mental laziness and shuns the light of thought when it meets the
    • consciousness to be illuminated by the light of creative thought. No one can
    • led and guided from a standpoint which never shuts out the light of thought.
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    • thoughts on the nature of egoism.
    • time; the thoughts in question would flow out into the “all and
    • digestion and, where possible, good thoughts! This saying could be turned
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    • since it is the case that a certain trend of thought which exists
    • enter thoughtfully and deeply into the spirit of Buddhism, so as to
    • of thought causes him to feel the worthlessness and unreality of
    • configuration of thought, which is far more important than
    • The thought-content of Christianity is a religion of
    • only in the sense of spiritual-scientific thought can these two be
    • what we possess to-day as our reason, our scientific thought, was not
    • them to think the thoughts they did; if those particular forms of
    • thought had not already been there which they, nourished in the
    • the manner of its utterance. But the thoughts could never have
    • the Buddhistic element into western thought-culture: ‘I wait
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    • thought at all seriously about Buddhism will know that its founder, Gautama
    • few thoughtful theosophists believe that she was successful in reproducing
    • correct actions, correct living, correct endeavour, correct thoughts, and
    • if a thought directed to the outer world finds only nothingness, if that
    • thought; if the forms of thought had not been ready for those who, after a
    • impelled to reject life and are thus moved to sympathy with the thoughts of
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 2: The Mission of Anger
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    • as something vague and nebulous in which feelings, thoughts and volitions are
    • thought of lemonade so vividly that he would experience its taste on his
    • themselves into thoughts and judgments, into the whole content of his mind.
    • world, our thoughts, judgments and feelings become knowledge of the outer
    • speak of the mission of truth, we shall see how Goethe's thoughts on this
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 9: Something about the Moon in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • have drawn on the history of thought to show how the moon and its influence
    • is thought to be obviously connected with the attractive force of the moon,
    • half hours later. Certainly, science has thought up excuses to account for
    • he was unable to control effectively his thoughts about the world around him.
    • aware that people who are given to creative thoughts and the free play of
    • Thoughtful people will see that here a perspective is opened up into realms
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • speech can only inadequately express the feelings, the thoughts, and
    • Some people thought this question quite simple. They
    • there anyone who would not admit that the inner activity of thought,
    • all these things must be thought of as elaborated through the agency
    • experienced, not merely as thought, but inwardly in the soul, as
    • express a thought, for our speech formation is then already at fault.
    • thought, and so to pour out the thoughts into sound pictures that
    • region of man's inner being: ‘Immeasurably deep is thought, and
  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • Our innermost existence, all our thoughts, feelings and impulses of the will
    • our feelings and thoughts, those things of a special and intimate nature
    • of view the matter was thought to be quite simple. It was thought, for
    • certain directions of thought to be the original foundation of sound and word
    • as immediate form, not simply as a thought. And the sentences are connected
    • that any word is suitable to express a given thought; that already is an
    • through the thinking, will become capable of decanting the thought in such a
    • deep is the thought;
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    • of writing the biography of a pen. The fact that a thought can be applied to
  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • tempted by a certain lack of thought and psychological knowledge to assert
    • feelings and the rich variety of thoughts, to a simplification; for the ego,
    • who followed this way of thought, have
    • the history of thought. Mysticism leads to unity; but its recognition of the
    • we can from a devoted study of the mystics. It must not be thought that the
  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • ways by various spiritual currents or thought. Thus, it will
    • currents of spiritual thought that have laid hold of all
    • be certain in our thoughts, feelings and impulses that what
    • in ourselves by mystic thought. This has been a common
    • and silent, when only our finest thoughts and feelings hold
    • swept away. It was given over to its highest thoughts and
    • to feel this, it must be called up by the greatest thoughts,
    • thoughts, feelings and actions what we have won.
    • his mystical thought, shown for instance in The
    • feelings, thoughts, and impressions accompanying us are
  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
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    • again the thoughts, feelings and impulses that go with a recognition that
    • collects itself inwardly, raising its thoughts above the present moment and
    • finest thoughts and feelings of which we are capable are present in the soul,
    • highest thoughts and feelings — even these I have now banished and have
    • the world, through our thoughts and feelings, our willing and doing, what we
    • mystical thoughts — as shown for example in “The Cherubinean
    • aware of it or not — the feelings, thoughts and words which enter into
  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow, of all the emotions, images, thoughts and
    • expression of the instincts, desires, passions, thoughts and feelings which
    • learning to write. When we put pen to paper in order to express our thoughts,
    • was required to generate earth-worms and insects. This was thought to be true
    • develop in sleep are concerned. All these thoughts on the mysterious
  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • so far as certain directions of thought have the tendency to blur the
    • inherent in their correctness is not noticed. It is often thought to be
    • amount of tax which he had paid. He could not remember. He thought; and,
    • convenience see everything as a unity and without a second thought want to
    • prevents the thought from coming to expression fully, so that the thought
    • because the thought is not in accord with the facts. But on exactly the same
    • but the intellectual or mind soul. Where we have to digest thoughts
    • allowing it to finish any train of thought. So instead of admitting here that
    • influences without a second thought when a person becomes mentally
    • to stop with one's thoughts half-way but to pursue them consistently to
    • the half-finished thought. For it is nothing but half-finished thinking when
    • on!” It cannot be proved to the person who refuses to lead his thoughts
    • to their conclusion. Whole truths cannot be proved with half thoughts. They
    • it in such a manner that he thought of the work of reason in the human being
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    • essence in man — as the fundamental principle of all human thought and
    • philosophers will show that in earlier times even the best of them thought of
    • spiritual character. When he thought of something, he could not have said to
    • himself, “I am thinking”, as a man might do today; his thought
    • necessary for understanding this were present in the stream of thought that
  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • merely of popular fantasy. If it is thought that in the remote past the human
    • poets and other artists we find agreement with the thought that the spiritual
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    • sentence is easily disproved? Should he have thought really
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • remembers the same things, thinks the same thoughts, and so
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Animal Soul
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    • that man must be thought of as composed not only of the physical body
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    • would penetrate him with thought, this is not so easy a matter. But
    • general, what has to do with species, bestowing little thought on the
    • gives them plastic form. So that if we follow up this thought it is
    • day people will begin to give a little thought to what is here in
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    • motion — as if the thoughts which he would need were
    • feels his own activity of thought that he has exercised in
    • thoughts. These are subtle things, but without them, one cannot
    • thought-life while falling asleep. One can look at this latter
    • is evident by nothing that the author of this book has thought
    • this, but this thought comes to the fore by the scientific idea
    • and thought that they would have grown out of the horses. The
    • work in ourselves, however, our thoughts are real,
    • nevertheless. We live our thoughts, and we feel that we are
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • this or that form of existence, is not yet given much thought in the
    • blocks would arrive at the thought that by investigating these small
    • his thought sequences something like a ‘plant soul,’
    • explanations appear rather fantastic, but his thoughts were actually
    • an abstraction, at something thought out. We must also add that the
    • diminishing, we find that all thoughts and feelings that enter our
    • thoroughly mathematical thinker, a deeply thoughtful man, who was
    • the sun with its being lures out the thoughts and feelings. The
    • plant covering. The plants cannot directly be considered the thoughts
    • its thoughts and feelings. Just as we can see our nerves emanating
    • thoughts, feelings, and sensations. The spiritual investigator finds
    • thoughts and feelings. For spiritual research the earth is a
    • spiritual being whose thoughts and feelings awaken every spring, and
    • earth. What unfolds itself as thoughts and sensations of the earth is
    • similar to the thoughts and sensations that live in us, similar to
    • astral body. This is what awakens every spring as the thoughts and
    • when he falls asleep, does not lose his thoughts and sensations but
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture VII: How Does One Attain Knowledge of the Spiritual World?
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    • it should give a kind of thought training to that who gets
    • himself into the thoughts there, so that the way of thinking,
    • the special way of getting himself into these thoughts sets his
    • or the other but that the thoughts which are combined to an
    • with training of thoughts or — do not get me wrong
    • — with gymnastics of thoughts. Therefore, a lot of that
    • I would like to present a simple thought that shows that the
    • development of thought, but this is developing new senses and
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    • Thus, we must distinguish thoughts, mental pictures,
    • we learn later, we forget the text, the thoughts, but it
    • forget the thoughts, the events et cetera, so that he cannot
    • solid contours, but those which leave a margin to the thought,
    • course of the thought that is predetermined by the inner
    • one does not have sharp contours in the thought and mobility of
    • speak of the soul as a uniform being which has thoughts,
    • we control our thoughts and are not controlled by them, we live
    • ability of logical thinking that we have opinions, thoughts et
    • up to the words, attitudes, and thoughts! Since the child is
    • thoughts, which mental pictures one has. It is not enough that
    • one keeps them secret and permits himself thoughts that should
    • be not for the child, but our thoughts must be realised in such
    • our thoughts are the latest of us that comes out from all our
    • no longer intervene in his brain plastically. Logical thoughts
    • he will not be able to go into your thoughts. You must make him
    • immerse our concepts into the education of thought during
    • considered today in the mood of the Goethean thoughts, which he
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    • state that ever since man has been man, he has thought, felt and
    • man's thought, feeling and will, have undergone great changes in the
    • ancient Indian thought. These Indian teachings have come down to us
    • understand the difference between the two thought
    • mythology. The two thought currents, the mystic path into the inner
    • And seize with sweet and melancholy thoughts
    • thought of as the spiritual beings guiding the group-souls of the
    • Ferruhars. They live in those thoughts which transcend the merely
    • thought of the people for a very long time and then for a while they
    • thought which predominated, sometimes the occult, after Greek thought
    • great deal of ancient Persian thought in our own spiritual life, yet
    • an ugly part in any endeavour to deepen the thought life of our time.
    • our thoughts and feelings and so unpleasantly accentuate the chief
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    • whom have come new thoughts, experiences and impulses destined to
    • morality, the same general thoughts, feelings and conceptions as
    • thoughts to that last enduring remnant of the old clairvoyant
    • of conscious thought; dream visions, which in these days we find
    • present day exact methods of thought, our power of expression,
    • which was born of the flow of thought from Zarathustra and the
    • is, at the dawn of the Christian era, these two separate thought
    • to Mythology. Thus do we find these two thought currents
    • thought, the teaching of Zarathustra; and in the Dionysos
    • these two thought currents were destined to commingle in the
    • meets the stream of scientific spiritual thought.
    • over him (especially if he is materialistic in thought) when he
    • Scorpio. Following the Zarathustran line of thought, we might
    • Fix in its place with thoughts that stand for
    • Further, those of our thoughts which rise slightly above mere
    • thought.
    • the Spiritual Scientific thought current. It is owing to the
    • Zarathustra’s concepts and his methods of thought. But all
    • throughout our daily literature, pervading our very thoughts and
    • Everywhere we find in different lines of thought something which
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    • which was then given to the thought of Natural Science will
    • survey of the lines of thought and feeling of the men of that
    • argumentative thought was to become dominant. Thus, Aristotle
    • Current. They thought he meant the physical nerves, so they
    • matters are carefully and thoughtfully considered, it will be
    • first inaugurated the system of severe thought necessary for
    • first, the thoughts of the Divine Spiritual Beings exist
    • yonder; then, as if springing forth from the thoughts of
    • revelation of. Divine thought. Then come our powers of
    • that which Divine thoughts have expressed in
    • stars. Human nature exists that it may read the thoughts of
    • that can be thought is thought by Divine Mind at once, in a
    • many years is conceived by the Divine thought in one second.
    • Divine thought is unfettered by space or time. Above all, the
    • entirely false method of thought.
    • because (to the Divine Intelligence) all creative thought
    • thoughts which they represent. It is humility at the thought
    • experience and individual thought; these composed the
    • thought concerning the movements of the planets round the
    • thought in order to arrive at an explanation of the movements
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    • you know, there is a line of thought today which simply assumes that the
    • of the. Earth — by no means thought of as fiery — made it
    • water can be thought responsible for the mysterious formation of this oldest
    • able to form thoughts and produce feelings which, as it were, repeat
    • light-heartedly and readily advanced by currents of thought on factional
    • aback by the thought that we are walking on ground which is a dead
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    • Egyptian thought and feeling.
    • of thought, has not always been in existence; consciousness has
    • thought and feeling. And again — what a curious impression is
    • of thinking bears the same relation to the final thought, the
    • male, active — filling the soul with thoughts and feelings. The
    • once filled the Cosmos. The same is true of the powers of thought.
    • The active principle of thought has become the power of ideation in
    • the active principle of thought was once
    • of man. Into the thoughts and ideas there
    • when the active principle of thought does not enter. The Moon awaits
    • the thought of the inventor, the thought proceeding from the soul of
    • — these things could not be conceived of apart from thoughts of
    • into his instruments — so thought the old Egyptians — he
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    • bestow them upon a new world. At such moments the thought has
    • Egyptian thought and feeling. But, as has been before stated,
    • method of thought, and through which we realize the outer world
    • thought, but with an understanding of the creation and spiritual
    • Egyptian thought and feeling. Again, how extraordinary do the
    • mind, we can alone give life to the sentiments and thoughts
    • active and suggestive thought, leading to certain conclusions. In
    • such for instance as a triangle. In this case, active thought
    • minds passively to the result of our thought concepts, and
    • soul. The act of thinking has the same relation to final thought,
    • manner to our conception of the order and outcome of thought
    • a combative principle, which imbues the soul with thoughts and
    • constructive thought and cognition — the veritable Osiris-Force.
    • thoughts, concepts and ideas of mankind — it was this influence
    • express all such thoughts as moved the soul strongly, as for
    • — dark as a soul untouched by active uplifting thought. When the
    • the thought of the original designer, which thought had its
    • to Osiris and Isis, without arousing thoughts involving
    • of man’s powers of thought and action. This being, not the
    • when their thoughts turned to Hermes were such as we have
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    • Buddhist thought. To be freed from repeated earthly lives —
    • thought. His most mature work
    • these are the essentials of Lessing's thought. On the other hand, the
    • we examine objects with our senses and form chains of thought with
    • typical of the stream of thought which had its rise in Asiatic
    • thought. We can only understand the figure of Buddha when we
    • for a mode of thought and consciousness to arise which gazed at a
    • has it changed? Oriental thought contemplates one
    • thought but, with an altered state of things in which the factor of
    • thought are very different. The Buddhist asks why this world is
    • described as the sunset of a mode of thought that was nearing its
    • at the same time that thought in the nineteenth century was not equal
    • to this mode of thought than to Spiritual Science. For Spiritual
    • thought can be seen in human evolution. The one is represented by
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    • Goethe), a clear and definite touch of Buddhistic thought; and
    • spiritual thought that principle which operates in the direction
    • untouched by Buddhist views and trend of thought. This
    • different currents of thought. As time went on the first of these
    • clairvoyant state, a certain feeling of sadness at the thought of
    • On the other hand, the second of the two thought
    • new world which has been given to us.’ Thought of this
    • thought which was occupied with external physical perception, and
    • Christ-impulse began to dominate Western thought. It is only in
    • could exist an order of thought and conviction, such as caused
    • Indian thought ever harked back to that dim past
    • there enters into the soul the thought of an ever continuous and
    • realize how it was that he became imbued with those thoughts
    • Such thoughts matured in the great soul of
    • enlightenment that the thought came to Gautama that the teachings
    • existence, where wisdom has no part. It was this thought which
    • Buddhism became permeated with thought and understanding
    • indeed, could any other trend of thought underlie a philosophy
    • Christian trend of thought as follows: — From that part of the
    • with the thought of ‘The Fall’ there is an inner
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    • feel that he still lives in our thoughts and sensations, and
    • of the soul. The ancient human being thought different under
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    • living force in our thoughts and feelings, and as if when we
    • powers of thought, feeling and will, as forces whose mid-point of
    • compared to one in which we might conceive our thought activities
    • activating our powers of thought, feeling and willing. Although
    • could only be thought of in connection with matter; while each
    • last dim echo (touched with a modern trend of thought) of that
    • thought and action, controlled by reason and
    • of thought.
    • those thoughts which come to thee with visions, henceforth must
    • We find the same uplifting thoughts underlying
    • reveals its deepest truths when subject to thought and reflection
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    • to be able to think such a clear thought in the space, we
    • be thought by no means to an end if it concerns, for example,
    • thought of the fascinating clarity of the astronomical
    • Excellent spirits of the nineteenth century thought possibly in
    • movements of the stars, if we transform them into thoughts, a
    • speculating thought can see which one built up as hypotheses in
    • such a thought the theoretical natural sciences developed. I
    • With tremendous astuteness, you find this thought carried out
    • natural forces of which one thought that they are
    • transformable. If one connected this thought with the laws of
    • evolution with all these thoughts. Why? There we have to look
    • the connection between these movements thought according to the
    • movements of the stars like our thoughts, sensations and soul
    • life. Since the whole line of thought is materialistic, so that
    • here as well as in that what could be thought as radiation from
    • even well-intentioned thoughts suffer from placing themselves
    • with these forces. We have realised that such thoughts exceed
    • only happen today if our thoughts and sensations work like
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    • consideration, but your thoughts should at all times be guided by
    • period? To understand this we must go back in thought to those
    • embodying the old thoughts and ideas, through which must flow a
    • land-owner who lived so near him, and gave no thought as to why
    • come this further thought: — ‘I must henceforth do all
    • in the manner described, and his thoughts were ever concentrated
    • thoughts such as these [Naboth] worked intensively upon his soul
    • Mysticism and Modern Thought.
    • thoughts of her lord toward Naboth, their neighbour, and spoke to
    • thoughts and concepts. We also realize that the life and deeds of
    • thought by engendering feelings of awe and wonder, and by so
    • Israel?’ (I Kings, xviii, 17), he thought it was only
    • the simple land-owner. She thought, however, that if she could
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    • the like, in the light of those habits of thought, feeling and
    • thought, really contradict the genuine results of scientific
    • between the general habits of thought of the present age and the
    • following trend of thought. If we truly observe the lives of many men
    • — not by means of modern habits of thought, but with faculties
    • Knowledge. The latter, so it has been thought, should confine
    • more and more general. Men thought it right that the sphere of
    • include the sphere of scientific-theological thought) came to
    • individuality. This kind of thought reached its climax in books like
    • the wonted habits of thought. The attitude adopted by man to-day is
    • of thought must be entirely changed. This is obvious to all who are
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    • from the general mode of thought prevailing in our time are
    • general in the thoughts and hearts of the people of our day, and
    • humanity which was occupied with such thoughts.
    • olden spiritual trend of thought, and we will draw attention to
    • gnostic concept if we pursue a line of thought somewhat as
    • of thought which lead us to the very depth of the soul, and not
    • which comes of spiritual thought, and of realizing how much more
    • from the sixteenth century onward, this twofold method of thought
    • Jesus-life-research. The results of this mode of thought and
    • kind of detail respecting this particular trend of thought; but
    • no thought of its existence. Even as the Physical Body is
    • became conscious of this thought: — ‘When as an isolated
    • states that all such thoughts and conceptions concerning the
    • where scientific thought must be reversed, and assume a directly
    • thoughts and ideas, so far, not generally accepted.
    • thought, and overcome those barriers which cause him to view all
    • progress a complete change of thought, a reversal of ideas, be
  • Title: Human History: Lecture I: The Relation of the Human Being to the Supersensible Worlds
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    • modern natural sciences celebrated those thoughts which wanted
    • thoughts, structures of thought. What continues as structures
    • of thought, this should continue not through matter, but
    • thoughts of the physicist which he really writes with
    • admitted that pure thoughts, spiritual effects, are somewhere
    • into it. — But now it concedes that the thoughts which science
    • thoughts of the world at first. We do not apply the word
    • philosophy; the essentials are a contemplation of thoughts.
    • contemplation of thoughts and tries to get an idea of the
    • solution of the world riddles within the thoughts. Someone who
    • the world. From thoughts, everything also originated what, for
    • apply thoughts. The thought has a peculiarity if we dedicate
    • ourselves to it. Which characteristic this thought has, this
    • thoughts, the philosophical reflection as unpleasant or at
    • by work of thought into supersensible worlds.
    • life. Still those people who created such systems of thoughts
    • they said, with this work of thought a picture is given of the
    • satisfaction in abstract thoughts who is attached to such a
    • system of thoughts with warmth, with his humanity and with the
    • Greek world to the abstract thoughts of “primordial
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    • People who have thought something to themselves with the
    • thought through to the end —
    • (Emil Du B.-R., 1818–1896) pronounced the thought that one can
    • thought of benevolence or of something else in the centre of
    • his experience and can exclude all the other thoughts, also
    • thought only. Since the thoughts fly to the human being at such
    • thoughts which express something allegorically, then such a
    • thought can startle the human soul-life, so that it becomes a
    • being who otherwise does not consider his thoughts and mental
    • thoughts change into a world which we can compare
    • has thought ever so much, has exerted itself ever so much in
    • life in the narrower sense. We share our thoughts with the
    • bodies and our brains with our thoughts. But the thoughts,
    • which cannot be expressed by cerebral thoughts. This prepares
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    • were entirely detached from the circumstances and thoughts of their
    • the courses of the stars and constellations evokes the thought: The
    • of soul that arises after he has put away all thoughts, emotions,
    • abstract, in the sense that modern thought is abstract — in a
    • only. The gift of seership gave place to purely intellectual thought
    • suggests the thought of “surplus” forces in men who play
    • the thought that someone is doing good, often goes against the grain!
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    • the father could exchange some interesting thoughts about the
    • Bombastus von Hohenheim, and he probably thought above all that
    • had the thought in mind, actually: indeed, the whole
  • Title: Lecture: The Hidden Depths of Soul Life
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    • thoughts and feelings in the depths of the soul-life, and which
    • lives in us and is subject to our inner thought and the decisions made
    • and the other, our conscious life playing its part in all our thoughts,
    • himself to a definite thought or chain of thoughts, thus performing the
    • proceeding. The will must decide the thought, and only what the man's
    • thought-content his will has selected. He takes a first step when for a
    • make of his will a focal point and not allow the thought to work
    • suggestively. In other words, he must not be controlled by the thought
    • soul to the point where he brings thoughts to his consciousness through
    • strengthening his will. The thoughts belonging to the outer world are
    • instance, if a man brings the thought “light” or
    • their life in the soul itself. In brief, he must dispense with thoughts
    • visionary, as these thoughts mean nothing. But it is unnecessary for
    • longer prevail, when his will controls every conscious thought,
    • where he perceives that the thoughts he develops are affecting him and
    • thought, but perceives that part of it which drives to expand into
    • cannot grasp these experiences with clear cut thoughts. They are
    • In voicing such a thought
  • Title: Lecture: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • this knowledge; it follows from all the habits of thought in modern life and
    • truths, will increasingly lead to a change in the habits of thought, and thus
    • single human life only were taken into account. Ordinary habits of thought
    • deeply rooted in his incessant urge not to be alone with his thoughts, his
    • say — even if he has no thought of whence his satisfaction arises —
    • me a sublime and beautiful thought, and I will refresh myself with it”,
    • beautiful thought as refreshment — that is, as a stroke of good fortune.
    • more sublime thoughts than almost any other, thoughts that make it possible
    • is ennobled and enriched by the real thoughts concerning life's totality which
    • spiritual science can give us, thoughts that do not merely touch upon life as
  • Title: Human History: Lecture VII: The Prophet Elijah
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    • him in the described way, and he did not turn away his thoughts
    • whole meditation was that he brought this thought in the centre
    • Jezebel turned the thoughts of her husband
    • this neighbour is a devout man in whom the thoughts of Elijah
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    • development. These last-called researchers thought that one
    • explanations are not only thought strictly scientifically, but
    • can point only to the fact that the thoughts must be generated
    • the other thoughts are formed from the surrounding relations.
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    • we find that in a certain school of thought which one calls
    • time, to be more and more incapable to grasp the daring thought
    • I would go too far if I carried out this thought in the one or
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XI: Human History, Present, and Future in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • seized history, so that that what one has thought and reflected
    • results, but to the present thoughts about these research
    • If one thought appropriately about this
    • in which we live today, but in thought structures facing us as
    • are pieced together from trains of thought to make them
    • monistic interpretation of the world. One feels in the thoughts
    • already thought quite intellectually at that time if he had
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XII: Copernicus and His Time in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • point, it comes as it were to a dead end where the thought
    • ancient culture ending, indeed, that, but the thought is so
    • actions, sensations, or thoughts he had in life. Thus the soul
    • the thought, it got the urge to understand the outer reality.
    • Aristotle says that we should never use a complex thought if a
    • simple thought can explain the world coherence.
    • Copernicus used the simplest thought, not
    • only brought the thought of simplicity on the solar system up
    • contribute, actually, to the knowledge of the divine thoughts
    • what one can call culture of thought, internalisation of the
    • thought up to the logical conception of the outer reality. But
    • of all world phenomena which the world thought creates within
    • thinking. We see the thought on its own becoming impoverished.
    • the spatial universe, faced the impoverishment of thought put
    • of the thought that had brought itself to interpret the world
    • the repeated lives on earth this way. But his thought does not
    • The thought that had showed its momentum
    • human thought wanted to be only an instrument of understanding
    • the outer sensory world for a while, this human thought also
    • thought. Since wherefore the thought was used since Copernicus
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    • habits of thought have allowed themselves to be influenced by
    • is only a question of habits of thought; for, actually, we should
    • impossible it is that such a thought should approach the great
    • Once a man rises to the thought that with regard to the earth he is
    • the fading of our thoughts and ideas, our feelings and the impulses
    • ourselves up to the ordinary musing of the day, where one thought
    • our thoughts to work under the compulsion of some method or doctrine.
    • our thought world either, if we wish to speak correctly, should we
    • connected with our ideas, with our thoughts. This is a very
    • remain in my soul so vividly as objects of thought generally do. They
    • when the direction of human thought and judgment leading to the
    • ripeness in the will expressed in the fitting together of thought
    • with thought. So we see how our whole soul life as we survey it in
    • impulse of the will leading to action. This is because our thoughts
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    • work only inside with concentration of thought and other
    • lead back the sum of thoughts, sensations and perceptions to
  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • thought Lessing alluded once to the only doctrine he
    • experience in our heart, in our soul, in our thoughts,
    • those thoughts, feelings and will-impulses belong? It is this
    • is not only our thoughts, sensations and will-impulses that
    • idea that the thought of the ego arising in normal
    • which thoughts and memories arise in us, what has been said
    • him in memory, he recalls the pain in his thought but without
    • thoroughly at this, we become convinced that our thoughts and
    • the thought as it was experienced at the time, has been
    • leaving thought empty of feeling.
    • thought on the other, can be seen to change. Thus at a
    • impulses connected with his thoughts, whereas at another time
    • by degrees to remain bound up with our thoughts. When with
    • exhausted in action, remain united with his thoughts. Thus we
    • valid; it originates in materialistic habits of thought and
    • concentration: thought alone is not enough. In
    • concentrate with his mind, but his thoughts must be fired by
    • accept the good thought in Buddhism while rejecting the
    • how real the thought of eternity becomes, how it
    • always been thought of as an essential part of the being, the
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    • Surveying this line of thought, we have to
    • Darwinism is completely based on the thought that scientific
    • in former times people have thought about the becoming of the
    • have thought it also in the context with your whole how nice it
    • become aware of that which produces thoughts, feelings and will
    • what lives only in my thoughts, feelings, and mental pictures
    • However, in this line of thought no hint to
    • have to require that thoughts of a pupil are not sufficient to
    • theory, a mere sum of thoughts, but an elixir of life that
  • Title: Lecture Series: Jacob Boehme
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    • penetrate more into his train of thought, into the
    • thoughts therein, then these modern minds must say to
    • arises again in our thoughts, then we feel how thought is
    • released out of thoughts as an echo.
    • in thought, and his whole philosophy is more a feeling with, a
    • to say is that, when a person lets a thought of Jacob Boehme's
    • really have its effect on him, he feels as if the thought were
    • understanding and thoughtful man shows himself anywhere in the
    • hold fast in memory, as thought, what we once experienced in
    • Jacob Boehme the grasping of this thought was not a theory, but
    • “If I am carried back in thought into Divine
    • thought in a similar way, must understand how Jacob Boehme
    • profundity of thought with which Jacob Boehme took hold of this
    • Into the depths of the world Jacob Boehme pursues the thought
    • world in a thoughtful, feeling way, that the greatest which the
  • Title: Lecture Series: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the sense of Savonarola or of others who thought like him, they certainly
    • once thought.
    • thought has sprung. In the middle of other wider historical considerations
    • into which Raphael is introduced, Hermann Grimm is struck by a thought
    • in which thoughts such as have been given today may grow into seeds.
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    • medallion, the king thought to himself, “This is a fellow I can
    • of food before the bears should arrive, for he thought he might as
    • very much given to thought — in order to express his most
  • Title: Lecture: Leonardo da Vinci
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    • He too thought the affair had lasted too long. Leonardo answered:
    • only been thought but lived, so that souls of their own accord will
    • the inner thought, inner feeling, and inner power of execution which
  • Title: Lecture: Errors in Spiritual Investigation
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    • something is brought to life as the thoughts of a deceased person, we
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    • brain be grasped by the fact that the thoughts that you have
    • had beyond the body become cerebral thoughts!
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    • pragmatism does not ask at all, but only whether a thought that
    • all, but it asks, should one conceive the thought of a divine
    • being? It answers, it is good that one has the thought of a
    • divine being, if one did not believe the thought that the world
    • it is good for the soul accepting this thought.
    • what is thought as if it exists, so that life proceeds most
    • origin of intelligent thought and language, and the question of
    • thoughts is in a state that is related to fear if his thoughts
    • thought logically, if one is in the antisophical mood, but only
    • the thoughts-, as the outer science uses it. Indeed, one can
    • of the human ego with sharp lines of thought, he gets a mood
    • from quite different lines of thought as they are explained
    • summarises again that about which he had thought very much and
    • and, besides — clever thoughts!”
    • that he thought and wrote. Thus, he could also say an
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    • religious truth, then such a school of thought feels
    • feeling intends to pronounce as thought how the soul is
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    • great Max Müller managed to say that all human thoughts
    • that one does not like. From a thought, which accompanies you,
    • life with our thoughts. What would we be as human beings if we
    • thoughts of the things? What would we be as human beings if we
    • the everyday thoughts outside, also those of the usual science,
    • generally only on the life of thoughts as for example Professor
    • itself in the normal life as thinking if the thoughts, which
    • certain movements must form the basis of a thought in our
    • against materialism that the thoughts can also be there without
    • find that from which the thought in the brain only originates.
    • the mirror of thoughts? These are only the spiritual-mental
    • can say that the everyday thoughts are
    • we get to know the thoughts, which face us by day from the one
    • side, from the other side. Whenever a thought can appear and
    • wants to form thoughts. However, in such a way as it appears it
    • cannot form thoughts. You get to know a part of the soul
    • it come about as usual thoughts of the everyday life. The
    • form thoughts from your inner activity if your brain did not
    • become a thought but cannot become a thought. Since the brain
    • is good only for the thoughts which are obtained in the normal
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    • thought of Lessing. Lessing could not be discouraged from this
    • thought by the fact that one can argue that this was a thought
    • spiritual research to say to this thought gained by Lessing on
    • with it. We ourselves are our thoughts, our experiences, our
    • now I feel combined in my thoughts, sensations and feelings
    • risk that your own self, the self of thoughts, dissolves in the
    • thoughts what you have experienced in your life between birth
    • work on those forces with your thoughts so that you realise,
    • thought” (Friedrich Nietzsche in
    • is thought symbolically, of course
    • understand the spiritual researcher if you hold the thought in
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    • have given much thought to the fact that between the age of the
    • the block and at first made it a sort of image of his thoughts. This
    • them bending in deep thought over a book, another in meditation, a
    • the first instance of man reflecting about his own thought which led
    • Those amorous thoughts which were so lightly dressed
    • Those amorous thoughts which were so lightly dressed
    • This is the only thought we may find worthy to be set side by side with
    • the thoughts which arise naturally in us when we gaze on the works of
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • the evil. I would like to show the main thoughts of his
    • which depths a thoughtful thinker goes investigating the origin
    • and everybody may pursue the lines of thought I have touched
    • and thoughts of the physical world. We must use our egoism in
    • Goethe thought that someone who wants to
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    • One can find extremely irrational thoughts that want to
    • the more intensely the mind of thought is drawn to them: the
    • all times anticipated and thought what they have often
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    • However, one could not think such thoughts as we think the
    • thoughts and ideas.
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    • experiences a change of its position to the world of thought if
    • thinking, to his thoughts. We have the life of thoughts in the
    • thoughts in our soul, we think. These thoughts are to us at
    • the human being has cast off his physical body, the thoughts
    • feels the thoughts detached from himself that they are as it
    • were outside of his soul. It is as if the thoughts walk to an
    • outer soul world. The thoughts walk, one could say, a certain
    • experience as the thoughts which become our memories in the
    • they are in us. After death, the thoughts also break away from
    • us in such a way that the whole world of thoughts that the
    • that they form an outer spiritual world of thoughts except us.
    • In this world, everything is in the form of thought that we
    • after death. However, it does not look like fleeting thoughts,
    • but as if the thoughts become denser, more vivid when they
    • is the world of the thoughts leaving us which have an
    • thoughts lasts individually different for the single human
    • some days, this world of thoughts disappears gradually in far
    • described as the experience of thoughts after death, which go
    • sensation: your thoughts have gone far away, you must search
    • search your disappeared thoughts. This knowledge of the
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    • I would like to ask: could not the thought
    • thought in this respect at his time, it mattered not so much
    • There the thought may arise in a poet: how
    • Such thoughts worked in Robert Hamerling
    • 1889, Austrian poet), and he carried out these thoughts
    • Homunculus grows out of the thoughts of his creator, we say, of
    • in his thoughts because of the whole condition of our time. He
    • thing would already come out if some thoughts existing already
    • Indeed, Homunculus has thought up to the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst
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    • interest and sympathy. But on the other hand this thought was
    • duty.” Such were the thoughts in the mind of the
    • by his innermost feelings, the thought: “Have you done right?
    • secure any teaching position which he thought himself able to fill.
    • Cathedral must have thought that a man had arisen who was capable
    • the thoughts which filled his soul. It was not in his nature to
    • There in Switzerland his thoughts turned to the ideas which were
    • again to Germany, to Leipzig. He thought of remaining there for a
    • thoughts were filled with the Bible and other works, so now the
    • of his own thoughts about human ideals and endeavours with the
    • thought.
    • of a long meditation of many hours during which in thought he saw
    • your minds altogether from any thought of the wall itself. Fix your
    • atheism. Fichte, for his part, thought that what this young man had written
    • had fallen into the water and it was thought to be Fichte's
    • addition to all these — right thoughts!”
    • — dwells in our midst — and not merely in thought. A
    • to recreate it for future generations by the inspiring thought
    • till it embodied his deepest thoughts. In these Addresses, once more
    • thoughts overheard, as it were, in the solitary meditations and
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture I: Spirit and Matter, Life and Death
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    • his thoughts full bent within the perceptions that were
    • gain access to these thoughts now, one has to realise what
    • “For they are the thoughts of the whole thinking world
    • distance and about which he thought that the night sight has to
    • this weaving in the thought if it did not face that into which
    • There this thought is found if it cannot experience that
    • to direct our thoughts upon the outside things, to depict the
    • outside things in our thoughts. If we leave the outside world
    • of this thought is relatively meaningless. However, to a
    • thought is substantial. It becomes the inner torture of the
    • place, just before he has woken. There thoughts squeeze from
    • realise that he would never have thought them while awake that
    • they are connected with nothing that can be thought in the
    • thought being works on the own bodily being. Since you notice
    • knowledge of the independent work of the living thoughts in the
    • world, and the knowledge of the work of the thoughts on our
    • thoughts reveal the inner bodily processes like in an
    • the usual thoughts are derived from the sensory perception.
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    • thought, it is nothing but that what is connected with the
    • certain thoughts in vigorous meditation and concentration. It
    • is best of all if you use pictorial thoughts that you easily
    • repeating such exercises, you separate this complex of thoughts
    • you let it live with itself. This complex of thoughts is not
    • handed over to the spiritual world. You have let the thought
    • to meet a thought again after relatively long time after days,
    • thought from the material-bodily processes, these are the most
    • time to let the thought there in the consciousness if we want
    • life spiritualising. We do not need to grasp a thought long if,
    • spiritual world and can be brought into the personal thoughts
    • the inner weaving of the thoughts and mental pictures that one
    • thinking, we move from one thought to the other, so that logic
    • action in thoughts at first. However, we will not carry out
    • dedicates himself to certain thoughts that maybe can explain
    • other thoughts that light up certain things from the one or the
    • logic in his thoughts, but the thoughts must revive in the soul
    • in such a way that not only the one thought contradicts the
    • which has an outer picture in the moral. Certain thoughts
    • interaction of the thoughts takes place in the life of the
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    • thought. Then, however, this subconscious work spreads about
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture V: The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
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    • difficult, and one may say, the different thoughts that one has
    • we see how wise men thought before our time,
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • He implies the thought that the earth develops to such a final
    • example, often: you have grasped this thought, and you believe
    • saturated with reality if one pursues their lines of thought
    • thoughts it is not so noticeable. One dabbles in such concepts
    • feels the thoughts about gravitation having a lasting effect in
    • also about the physical mental pictures. He thought in the
    • thoughtful person used when he was translating a
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    • their thoughts in the scientific mindset they cannot be
    • thoughts as starting points which Eduard von Hartmann
    • us look at Hartmann's thoughts in this direction. He says:
    • tender feeling is extinguished if I turn a strong thought to
    • strong observing thought is only the work of the psychic. So
    • the body than if we form present thoughts by direct
    • intervene with an immediately present thought which originates
    • weak-willed and unselfish. From this line of thought the
    • unconscious from such lines of thought as I have stated them,
    • and because he did not pursue such lines of thought further,
    • you can never reach. From this unconscious the thoughts,
    • thoughts that are more or less probable but that are only
    • you have to imagine that which you feel connected as thoughts
    • objectively flowing life of the forces of thought. What one can
    • you yourselves are a wave. The power of thought is not only in
    • it, then you feel that the power of thought is outdoors and
    • thought is the real ether. Since the ether is nothing but
    • that flowing thinking works in it that in reality thoughts
    • with thoughts flows into your soul life and flows from your
    • surging ether that is inspired by thoughts. If we continue the
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    • comes to the following line of thought. These modern times, in
    • understand that one cannot penetrate with those thoughts,
    • research realises that it requires more “thoughts”
    • in order to decide to have these or those thoughts. The more
    • such a way as one thought about the same objects in the Middle
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    • can one imagine, Goethe thought in harmony with Herder, that in
    • nothing but transformed vertebrae. He thought that the
    • in thoughts. Then one can also no longer think about the
    • laws grasped in thoughts, but he could pursue the inner life of
    • to go to the point of thinking to grasp the thoughts themselves
    • direct thoughts only to that what can be perceived outwardly.
    • thoughts. You need the beholding consciousness that exceeds the
    • books. One cannot apply the same abstract, pale thoughts with
    • not grasp it with them. Such thoughts are like a sieve, through
    • submerge with his thoughts in the world of the things
    • thoughts, as Schiller did in his Letters on the Aesthetic
    • thoughts to characterise this richly structured human soul
    • problem that Schiller grasped in thoughts philosophically; but
    • Hence, those who have thought in the sense of Goethe were never
    • who have understood Goethe have always thought that the human
    • enters if he dies. These human beings have thought in such a
  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture IV: Mind, Soul and Body of the Human Being
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    • thoughts completely follow the course of the outer world with
    • thought, so that he gets around to arranging his thoughts from
    • regularity and still such arbitrariness into your thoughts that
    • strings one mental picture, one thought and the other together
    • himself repeatedly to such lines of thought would realise
    • lines of thought lead to nothing at all — probably in
    • “unnecessary” lines of thought.
    • of thought in your inside to produce these lines of thought
    • something else with these lines of thought than to bring your
    • thoughts, feelings, and will impulses are proceeding.
    • knows: I am awake from awakening to falling asleep. My thoughts
    • falling asleep, which is there, even if no special thoughts and
    • thoughts and mental pictures in this simple waking state with
    • partial falling asleep in the experience of thoughts. We wake
    • dreamless sleep and the thought which may be evoked by a
    • is diminished perpetually if we grasp thoughts. What exists,
  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture V: Nature and Her Riddles in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • side that the body can be too weak to maintain a thought which
    • body can be too weak, that the thought can be too strong, you
    • he lives in an objective web of thoughts if he himself develops
    • of thoughts. Only via the etheric, while the etheric works
    • submerge like in a sea of thoughts, and thus you experience
    • You have to grasp thoughts in such a way that they are
    • thoughts that the physical reality gives, one has to proceed to
  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture VI: The Historical Life of Humanity and Its Riddles
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    • the contents of thoughts what Wilson explains about the most
    • courageous, but also adventurous lines of thought
    • have it so easy. He has to grasp a thought bit by bit, has to
    • overcome thoughts to get to a judgement. Only then, he gets to
    • souls. Here they see in the individual soul the thoughts
    • events, wants to investigate how the thought of the one human
    • being works on the whole clan how the thoughts associate
    • thought associates with the other. Thus, he wants to consider
    • how there the thoughts associate
  • Title: Lecture: Manifestations of the Unconscious: Dreams, Hallucinations, Visions, Somnambulism, Mediumship
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    • in following trains of thoughts, in establishing connections
    • between thoughts seemingly remote from each other, quickness
    • them. It must not be thought that the actual solution was
    • then thought to have been remembered, is something quite
    • thought can also work into the distance and distant vistas
    • any shown. Lodge would not have thought it worth while to
  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture VIII: The Animal and Human Realms. Their Origin and Development
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    • the inner contents of thoughts and research through to the end.
    • one of the most thoughtless, most impossible products of modern
    • can observe; we form thoughts about that. Of course, I know
    • this thought completely determines the whole organisation of
    • life of thought. On the other side, the emotional life of the
    • “immortal” as a thought or as a feeling in himself?
    • thoughts. In the head, the organ of thinking is developed
    • again the basis of the thoughts. Since as animal and human
    • being produces himself spiritually: just the world of thought.
    • The world of thought is the spiritualised human being.
    • This thought has a big scope, and only with deep regret, I
    • thought — but like sleeping or even subconsciously
    • thought, the human will is born in the thought; whenever we
    • will, the thought dies into the will. Will and thought belong
    • old man, while the will thereby becomes will that the thought
    • through its youth while the thought is born in it.
    • sensation, the thought of immortality really in himself. Only
    • animal, in the versatile forms of his thoughts. Thereby he
    • a thought today: he looks back at former states of the earth.
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    • in your consciousness that stimulate you to make the thoughts
    • that anything dreamy, all thoughts, arising from the inside,
    • he had continued speaking without his thoughts having gone
    • a quiet life of thought later. — This metamorphosis of
    • to recognise that one has to try to lead the thoughts of the
    • the will the will, and by suggestion of the life of thought the
    • thoughts are strengthened is on a quite wrong track; he does
    • for many things that are thought in the present and are done
  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture X: The Questions of Free Will and Immortality
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    • conscious as the most conscious life of thought. There is only
    • the difference that the thoughts are shadowy as those and that
    • thoughts. I intended to ask once, how does it appear if the
    • sensations, thoughts with the usual consciousness. However, all
    • thoughts relate to the processes in the brain. Hypotheses about
    • with his desires and instincts while he has the free thought:
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    • scientific thought. It was not customary in those days to look out at Nature
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition.
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    • “No, the thought disgusts me,” replied the man.
    • logical connections and in sticking to one thought, but this, of
    • way. When large quantities are drunk, thoughts become scattered and
    • witty and brilliant thoughts, thoughts that have a certain
    • those, such as literary people, who need to connect thoughts in
    • Tea, which tears thoughts asunder, is the opposite. This is why tea
  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture I: Spiritual Science and the Future of Humanity
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    • develop not an entire image of thought but an entire image of
    • all thoughts have to sink down. Somebody who wants to become a
    • lets originate from the heart is thought as supersensible
    • sensory world is rooted in the thoughts of the universal
    • but the embodiment of the thoughts of the universal spirit.
    • divine thoughts, not shades of the outer things. If Giordano
    • the thoughts of the universal spirit.
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    • show a part of those thoughts, sensations, and feelings that
    • that all the outer impressions are quiet and also all thoughts
    • You attain them by meditation and concentration of thoughts,
    • If we are able by soul exercises to think a thought which is
    • If we let such a thought emerge freely and can delve into it in
    • thought on the board — other than that one experiences
  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture IV: Truths of Spiritual Research
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    • that the eyes must be created for the light — a thought
    • [the higher dimensions] are thought only as generalisation [of
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  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture VII: The Questions of Life and the Riddle of Death - 1
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    • thoughts of the usual life. If this empty consciousness occurs
    • thoughts, but an only imagined hot iron does not cause ache as
    • he rethought what one had thought earlier because of sense
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    • beings can work but not ideas and thoughts; these vanish as
    • thought what should have spiritual reality for the human beings
    • science. It is the same thought; the one is not more than the
  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture IX: Spiritual Science and Natural Sciences - their Relationship to the Riddles of Life - 1
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    • lying fallow in the winter in the human being — thoughts,
    • can really consider, so to speak, our thoughts, as we
    • thoughts wander from mental picture to mental picture in the
    • self-love. He has to extinguish this not only in thoughts, but
  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture X: Spiritual Science and Natural Sciences - their Relationship to the Riddles of Life - 2
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    • deeper, the thought suggests itself automatically: should this
    • these thoughts]; we realise that it is difficult to introduce
    • transform them into a thought-image as I tried it in my book
    • Occult Science. An Outline. If then this thought-image
    • researcher has transformed into thought-images. As you do not
    • only if he transforms that which he beholds into thought-images
    • and truths into thought-images. Every human being who
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    • thought according to its fertility, natural sciences have shown
    • thought that is directed in the usual life to the area of our
    • researcher - to giving himself contents of thought arbitrarily
    • thinking]. For longer time the thoughts have to be directed to
    • such a way tears his power of thought out of the material body
    • That is he develops thought processes that do not originate
    • immediate experience that he develops the thought process
    • because it is difficult to detach the thought process from the
    • thoughts on such a saying like
    • However, we can set our thoughts aglow with feelings, we can
    • Inspiration, as well as the thought power — if it is
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture I: The Human Soul in the Supersensible Realm and Its Relationship to the Body
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    • however, these thoughts contain nothing but impressions of the
    • develop the power of thoughts so far that it wakes the
    • to itself if it is only thought, and is not experienced —
    • to human being, something else is necessary. Then the thoughts
    • after such thought forms after which one imagines natural
    • with sociology to develop thought forms that originate only
    • beings think and what of their thoughts changes over into their
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture II: Anthroposophy Does not Disturb Any Religious Confession
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    • the thoughts have to come from the spirit of time in every
    • sense than other directions of thought often do.
    • We need apostles of thought and action.
    • thoughts vividly in this worldview and develop it further.
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture III: What Spiritual Science Has to Say About the Eternal Aspect of the Human Soul and the Nature of Freedom
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    • “She has thought and is continuously reflecting.”
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture IV: The Science of the Supersensible and the Moral-Social Ideas
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture V: The Activities of the Human Soul Forces and Their Connection with Man's Eternal Being
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    • With such exercises — while one strengthens the thoughts
    • example, upon a thought much longer than one does in the usual
    • strengthens not only his thoughts with inner exercises but also
    • thought in such a way, as if our miserable mind formed the
    • thought and is continuously reflecting.” If one says
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture VI: Spiritual-Scientific Results about the Ideas of Immortality and the Social Life
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    • This is the expression of these impulses of thought. Not only
    • what has made natural sciences great, as line of thought into
    • which is fully justified for the scientific thoughts must
    • All these things are thought with great scientific astuteness,
    • nebula is a wrongful thought for the spiritual researcher
    • thoroughly thought out chess match, without considering the
    • structure of the earth is properly thought out which considers
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture VII: The Nature of the Human Soul and the Nature of the Human Body
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    • ignore the most essential that quite different thoughts and
    • enables us to observe by experiments. We let the thoughts be
    • inspired which lead us to the physical principles. The thoughts
    • thought, if it is an imagination thought, if it is a thought
    • just a reflection of that what humanity has thought through
    • that he can resolve to have thoughts about this and that?
    • thoughts from falling asleep until awakening as your day life
    • is interspersed with thoughts.
    • thoughts. This is looking at the thoughts that you have by day.
    • You cannot look only at the thoughts that fulfil you from
    • you emerge from a life of thoughts that remains unaware to the
    • usual consciousness, you emerge from a true sea of thoughts.
    • Only if you can look at that sea of thoughts that also
    • you recognise why you know nothing of these thoughts in your
    • pervades your soul as night thoughts. The body is inappropriate
    • grasp any thought. It will be the important of the new
    • in so far as we grasp mental pictures or thoughts. Thus, that
    • awakening, in grasping thoughts.
    • However, thereby we also know that this grasping thoughts is
    • the moment of awakening the contents of thoughts appear to the
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture VIII: How Natural Sciences Justify the Supersensible Knowledge
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    • solutions. The line of thought that I develop here is quite
    • melody itself. His thoughts were still directed upon something
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture IX: How Does One Justify the Anthroposophical Psychology?
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    • what he had thought and felt until 1790 and that what he
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture X: Moral, Social Life and Religion from the Viewpoint of Anthroposophy
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    • borrowed the thoughts of these classes. They believe to create
    • thoughts that they have borrowed from the old human life. Karl
    • always have been busy only to arrange life with thoughts;
    • however, it would matter to transform life with thoughts.
    • he had thought that through to the end, if he had done the step
    • the previous thoughts are only suitable to let the physical
    • social chaos, then one needs other thoughts; since the old ones
    • understanding if one has the new thoughts that are coming up to
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    • your thoughts in the way of thinking of Thomas Aquinas, his
    • ideas that we call thoughts or ideas today. This is not the
    • Neoplatonic, with Plotinist, he thought that there is a
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    • which the philosophers thought one can notice the uppermost,
    • that is fixed there in thoughts endlessly much lives that did
    • thought that a part of the human beings is destined from the
    • quite aware of it that it has impact in their thoughts that
    • has sense for the way in which the astuteness of thoughts comes
    • exactly, so conscientiously logically one never thought before
    • wants nothing but to string together thoughts, then the biased
    • who can just project his thoughts in the spirituality of the
    • rule. If you can project your thoughts, however, in that which
    • individuality and says to himself, in me the thoughts emerge by
    • thoughts which should give a picture of the world are arranged
    • No such line of thought leads to Trinity.
    • development if one thought that people were with all their soul
    • have the power of thought, the logicality for that, but they
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    • most essential of a current of thought are problems that made
    • interrupted by the intensive work of thought of Albert the
    • there. — Descartes resumes this thought, I think,
    • thought. Thus, the proposition, I think, therefore, I am, is
    • more entangled in the thought: I live in something that cannot
    • did not draw these last consequences, Fichte thought, one would
    • important psychological thoughts of Albert and Thomas in their
    • The continuation of this thought is the
    • applying the great thoughts like those of High Scholasticism to
    • what it means, to project our thoughts in honest and frank way
    • our thought life to overcome any nominalism, so that we find
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 1 (Summary): Effects of Modern Agnosticism
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    • activity for thought, quite shut off from the outer impression.
    • Opposed to this kind of thought which, on the whole, ruled philosophy
    • In thought we possess something
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    • emotion seemed to burn up his thoughts. He wanted to add inner experience
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    • such insights as were thought to be important without danger to their
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    • Memory is very often thought
    • to consist of thoughts becoming attached to outer sensory perceptions.
    • The idea seems to be that we have thoughts about what we perceive with
    • and those thoughts then subside gently into a subconscious sphere, rising
    • such thoughts or ideas as going down below the threshold of consciousness,
    • has never seriously thought about — to pop up again when required.
    • such. Even Goethe considered himself lucky for never having thought
    • when he moved from his concrete element into this element of pure thought;
    • by the usual thought processes, the usual philosophical speculation.
    • mind proceeding with the clarity of mathematical thought. The steps
    • able to move on from the type of thought we have studied through the
    • sensory perceptions it linked up with, to the thoughts that are the
    • And in the same way we must also come to see how thought becomes will,
    • and will becomes thought.
    • be penetrated with thought at one extreme of all that is human and,
    • thought-representing reality — and on the other hand to look for
    • I never gave a thought to thought.’
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    • all that thought can experience if it unites itself with the full
    • realm of natural order. We need only consider how the thought must
    • production of ideas which are like remembered thoughts, but we must
    • lives for the first time within his own thoughts, by means of
    • organism and make room for the thoughts, the ideas, then these
    • thoughts and ideas can develop within man. Thus, in that place where
    • knowledge that thinking which develops one thought out of another
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • valid unless it fits without contradiction into the system of thought
    • the heat death of the earth. Honest thinking, holding fast to the thought
    • There I attempted to draw attention to pure thought,
    • to the fact that this pure thought process as such can be perceived
    • that pure thought represents matter being broken down and that it altogether
    • at this point however is motivated by pure thought — matter is pushed
    • alliance with pure thought. This provides us with the most wonderful
    • which one thought evolves from another with an inner necessity. This
    • applying pure thought to them, because the spiritual scientist takes
    • of the thought and philosophical habits of very recent times absolutely
    • to enter with his thought into the reality the spiritual scientist reveals
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    • thought, free from sensory elements, as I have tried to show in my
    • world — living interaction of pure perception and pure thought — the
    • where external observation is penetrated with methodical thought, we
    • in the physical world. We shall then come to use thought activity merely
    • inner struggles and conquests that will not induce speculative thought
    • but instil an elixir of life into thought, as it were, so that thinking
    • said, because they have to be expressed in thought forms that are accessible
    • spiritual science arise from thought processes that have been enlivened
    • on a neutral object. A thought is held on to in genuine inner freedom,
    • absorbed in the thought content, but of the thought process being held
    • on to for five minutes, the thought process being transferred to the
    • within the sphere of free activity in ordinary life. Turning our thoughts
    • our thoughts for as long as it holds our attention. It will never be
    • where he is able to hold a thought complex in his mind for five minutes.
    • with one's mind into the sphere of free thought activity.
    • of the way man may enter into such a sphere of independent thought is
    • is designed to lead to inner freedom of thought, and this person can
    • tries to develop his thoughts to such an extent that he is able to survey
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    • and disciplined thought with which natural science has for so long
    • mental pictures, concepts, thought-content, into the centre of the
    • astray. For the storehouse of thought contains many reminiscences,
    • thought, are inwardly strengthened by the exercises, until finally a
    • because one becomes aware by degrees that thought is getting free
    • ordinary life and ordinary science. Pure thought begins gradually to
    • thought is colourless, has little warmth. There is good reason for
    • abstract thought. And nearly all the thinking that goes on in
    • ordinary life and science is abstract. Only those thoughts which
    • world of sense — only those thoughts teem with content. The
    • strengthening of thought in the way I have indicated. Then we begin,
    • consists in the exercising of thought, something that is now plastic
    • the thoughts themselves are within the soul — they are
    • subjective. The object is outside. A man feels that his thoughts are
    • his own life of soul since birth. But his thoughts enter as it were
    • in other circumstances, thoughts, ideas, feelings, impulses of will,
    • thought-edifice, not reality at all. But if we bring into the sphere
    • freely unfolding thought, we are protected from the danger of
    • we know that we have something consisting, not merely of thoughts,
    • arisen, our thoughts do not roam hither and thither in the wonted
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    • our senses towards the external world and link our thoughts with
    • Anthroposophy must above all strengthen and intensify thought within
    • penetrates into mathematical thought. It is not mathematics in itself
    • experience in connection with that intensified thought-activity which
    • exercises principally characterised as thought-exercises (you will
    • of results, and another person a shorter time). These thoughts,
    • space. This thinking does not link up one thought with the other; it
    • sets before the soul a kind of thought-organism. When we have a
    • conception, an idea or a thought, we cannot pass over at will to
    • Our ordinary thoughts could not live within our consciousness in a
    • ordinary development of thought.
    • thought. But this is not the case. An imaginative thought vanishes
    • Observations, not mere speculative thought, shows them the connection
    • soul and body with the aid of imaginative thought. We gain insight
    • The ordinary thoughts of life come and go, or we try to get rid of
    • it that we forget them, and so forth. But the thoughts of the kind
    • thoughts. A great effort must be made to forget them. This is a
    • artificial suppression of thought.
    • we have practised this artificial suppression of thought for a
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    • it is possible to observe the soul, living in thoughts, feelings,
    • Schleich supposes, to the effect that a conscious thought
    • training which strengthens thought
    • our thought to a high degree, so that our way of thinking becomes
    • our thought to a high degree, so that our way of thinking becomes
    • human thought may be intensified and that through self-education
    • when we try to intensify thought by earnest meditation? I already
    • thought to such an extent that it becomes a transformed memory.
    • can have before us, in imaginative thought, images which are just
    • plunge into our physical body; every memory thought is connected
    • thoughts from the sensory perception and retain them in our
    • memory. But this process of retaining the thoughts in memory
    • to live in free thoughts, emancipated from the body. It also
    • with our thoughts, when we remember something. Even as we learn
    • through an enhancement and strengthening of thought by
    • father of the thought. When we apply this self-training and these
    • of thoughts in ordinary life. Even as we ordinarily perceive red
    • or blue, or hear C sharp or C, so we now perceive thoughts as
    • conditions of waking and sleeping. Only by rendering thought
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    • in thoughts, feelings, sensations and will-impulses, and that
    • effect that a conscious thought exercised so strong a
    • required in a training which strengthens thought.
    • strengthen our thought to a high degree, so that our way of
    • through certain exercises human thought may be intensified and
    • What is attained when we try to strengthen thought by earnest
    • begin by strengthening thought to such an extent that it
    • right way, if we can have before us, in imaginative thought,
    • every memory-thought is connected with a parallel
    • our thoughts from the sensory perception and retain them in our
    • memory. But this process of retaining the thoughts in memory
    • what it means to live in free thoughts, emancipated from the
    • physical organism with our thoughts, when we remember
    • strengthening of thought by meditation, so we may learn to know
    • described by saying that the wish is father to the thought.
    • the true nature of thoughts in ordinary life. Even as we
    • now perceive thoughts as realities; we learn to know the
    • rendering thought objective through exercise, as objective as a
    • body as in the case of a remembered thought, only with this
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    • perceive certain thoughts of certain people under conditions of
    • During certain psychic conditions, thoughts can be perceived
    • senses; indeed these thoughts can even be perceived at a
    • thinking, by something existing inhuman thought.
    • the exercises of meditation, through the exercises of thought
    • reflection of the world, in the form of thoughts which are now
    • perceived as forces. Our thought-world, which was formerly
    • mediumistic condition it is possible to perceive thoughts
    • very clever thoughts voiced by a medium in trance, i.e. by a
    • person who is in a kind of hypnotic state, thoughts which would
    • may produce thoughts and phantasies which are not limited to
    • can really say that the artistic thoughts which transcend
    • thoughts which appear — if I may use this expression
    • thoughts whirr about in the cosmic ether.
    • thoughts which are not required for the maintenance of
    • becomes mediumistic through trance, then the thoughts which
    • for instance, the thoughts of a dead person imparted to the
    • possible to believe that one is really perceiving the thoughts,
    • the present thoughts of the departed soul, whereas in reality
    • one only perceives the echo of thoughts rayed out before death,
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    • already been thought through to its final consequence in its
    • only include the more or less abstract life of thought or the
    • must be thought of in some connection with that which is caused
    • thoughts about economic life, the evidence can be absolutely
    • might seem that these three realms were cleverly thought out.
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    • retrospection the whole woof of thought appears outside man's
    • inner being. The world of thoughts which fills our ordinary
    • during our ordinary waking consciousness the world of thought
    • world of thoughts, and we grow conscious within our thoughts.
    • organs. By making the thought and will exercises of which I have
    • thought. Man's real soul-spiritual being therefore obtains a
    • physical world and in the world of thoughts or of the intellect.
    • In the physical world and in the world of thoughts we use ideas
    • and thoughts, which as such, leave us cold. With a little
    • of pale, dry thought and of theoretic study!
    • during the waking daytime condition with our thoughts and with
    • sensory world and into the world of thoughts. But we perceive
    • thoughts, which is connected with the physical body, remains
    • have left behind our thinking. Our thoughts continue, as it were,
    • observe the effect of thoughts in the physical body from outside,
    • thoughts upon man's physical body is a dissolution of its
    • substances, must be within him because his thoughts must dissolve
    • these substances. For otherwise his thoughts could not exist
    • thoughts could not exist if they did not dissolve mineral,
    • body. This elimination gives rise to that thought activity which
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    • thoughts which I have been putting before you, will show you
    • that in this retrospection the whole web of thought appears
    • outside man's inner being. The world of thought which fills our
    • ordinary waking consciousness the world of thoughts produces
    • is to say, into our world of thoughts, and we grow conscious
    • within our thoughts. Ordinary consciousness is therefore based
    • consciousness, because it has no organs. By making the thought-
    • plastic form in the senses and in the organs of thought. Man's
    • of thoughts or of the intellect. In the physical world and in
    • the world of thoughts we use ideas and thoughts, which as such,
    • spheres of pale, dry thought and of theoretic study!
    • thoughts and with sensory experiences through an inner
    • be drawn into the sense world and into the world of thoughts.
    • our web of thoughts, which is connected with the physical body,
    • behind our thinking. Our thoughts continue, as it were, to
    • observe the effects of thoughts in the physical body from
    • effect of thoughts upon man's physical body is a dissolution of
    • thoughts. For otherwise his thoughts could not exist —
    • this is the condition for their existence — his thoughts
    • that thought-activity which we ordinarily carry with us through
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    • sense world, experiment, and thought, which combines the
    • thought has acquired its strength and its training through the
    • are certain philosophical speculations, through which thought
    • thought, which rely upon themselves alone. Here it sees one
    • begin with, we are concerned with the human power of thought on
    • to us in life — between this power of thought and the
    • developing our powers of thought and will up to a higher level
    • themselves. But when the power of thought on one side and the
    • concerned with the question: How is the power of thought to be
    • power of thought which we have in ordinary life depends upon
    • behind in our soul the thoughts formed through these
    • impressions, and we regard these thoughts rightly as shadowy.
    • We know that in ordinary life these thoughts have a lesser
    • senses. We know too that the ordinary thoughts connected
    • for the enhanced and strengthened life of thought which is to
    • life of thought is to be enhanced and intensified in the
    • First, we must observe how we really stand toward thought in
    • observer of his own thought should really say: The expression,
    • “I think” is not quite exact. Thought develops in
    • ourselves in a way from outside, that this developing thought
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    • become abstract; that one simply continues along the line of thought
    • At that time one did not construct for oneself isolated thoughts
    • one's thoughts outside, as one saw red or blue and heard C sharp, G
    • or B natural. Thoughts were in the world outside. Without knowing
    • use of language as a tool of thought. And when the student had
    • thought-forms in Astronomy.
    • gradually to have thoughts apart from sense-perceptions. This was
    • something that had to be acquired. The Greeks still saw thought in
    • the world, as we see colours and perceive tones. We grasp thought as
    • Grammar, Rhetoric and so on to Music. Thought was thereby released.
    • Men learnt to move freely in thoughts. In this way was achieved what
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    • expressed in thought forms — as one expects of any view of the
    • language of thought from the rostrum in Dornach about what is
    • sketchy hints that require to be thought out could be given here. But
    • “imaginations” what weaves in mere thoughts; that is, by
    • grasping the external world, not only by means of thoughts or natural
    • laws formulated in thoughts, but by “imaginations”. What
    • can be apprehended by thoughts alone, but leads to the universal
    • way that we express in thoughts what we have perceived; in art, we
    • thoughts he has freed himself from the cosmos; he stands alone and is
    • he take them into his thoughts. He becomes independent in face of
    • world. Man finds his individuality in thought that is free. And by
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • we make use of thought; but we make use of it only as a
    • our own thought to our observation of the world. We see this,
    • Thought as such has really nothing to contribute when it comes
    • Here, then, is one of my paradoxes: that thought as a human
    • not a reality, then the process of thought does not, like a
    • thought of as existing outside me or inside me; images
    • thought and the other to the life of the will, with which the
    • rhythm and the thought rhythm, logical rhythm or rather logical
    • combination and analysis of thoughts. In this way he altered
    • his thoughts permeated his organism in the same way as did the
    • thoughts moving on the respiratory currents and, in the inner
    • rhythm of his being, experienced the union of thought and
    • thought-process with the process of respiration that fills all
    • consciousness. We remain within the thought itself. I am aware
    • thought for longish periods. We perform, in the realm of the
    • not only in separating the thought sequence from the respiration
    • to combine our thoughts logically and thus make use of thinking
    • processes in the animal. Because our thought has now become a
    • pass over in the thought itself to the image of man. I
    • might say: the thought of the animal grows into the thought of
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    • hand, tells us: First there exists in us the thought or
    • thought or concept flows down into our organism, however, how
    • my thoughts, my impulses and my decisions into step with the
    • experience the life of thoughts and concepts with an
    • ear, with the pallor of our experience of thought in ordinary
    • thought and concept the same intensive quality as the life of
    • thoughts but with our will itself — that is, with our
    • disclosed by the training of thought.
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    • way that the thoughts we experience daily in the outside world
    • physical being; for if thoughts are to gain some permanence as
    • experience inwardly on seeing our thoughts become
    • thoughts, together with his feelings and impulses of will; and
    • into the way thoughts have functioned within humanity, however,
    • separate thoughts and the laws thoughts obey: our thinking
    • thought-structure by which we then apprehend the outside
    • still experienced thoughts closely interwoven with words.
    • Thought and word were one. By the concept logos, they
    • thought or a thought sequence. They spoke of thought as if the
    • consciousness thought was not separated from word. The
    • two were felt as a unity, and thought flowed along on the waves
    • different from ours, where thought has already separated
    • scientific thought of the present, you arrive at what I have
    • quantitative understanding: only vital thought can connect up
    • with a living structure in the way that mathematical thought
    • with the kinds of thought that prove to be healthy and correct
    • with Aristotle — does thought become separated from
    • thought. Only at the end of the Hellenic age is thought sifted
    • out. Earlier on, thought is an artistic element in
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    • things. We pour out our vitalized thoughts; follow up the
    • trends of thought that are already there. When men do so
    • — the thoughts that lie along these lines will develop
    • more and more into vitalized thoughts. And when, in addition to
    • ourselves and thereby perceive how vitalized thought
    • see how in fact differences of thought can also operate
    • in our human organism. Thus, a sympathetic thought, for example
    • in fact induce a state of heat, whereas a thought in which
    • who reacts honestly to what is often thought about these things
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    • pure thought, by which he then comprehends natural phenomena,
    • did not inhabit pure, abstract thought. But we need such
    • thought.
    • spiritual science takes us from abstract, dead thought once
    • again to vital thought, by which in fact we can penetrate not
    • the consciousness of vital thought. But this vital thought then
    • intellectualism into the world of vital thought. This in turn
    • intellectualized mode of thought that has emerged in the course
    • intellectualized life of the soul by vital thought and
    • thought and vision — for they too vitalize the whole soul
    • today to believe that, without fundamental social thought and
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    • line of thought: further East, we find not just autocracy, but
    • thought even in Central Europe differs from that in Western
    • include — we can see in the modes of thought and
    • — deriving from a mode of thought and a social order
    • thought is less applicable than it is to any other branch of
    • correlation between the theocratic mode of thought, with its
    • we shall have need of vital thought. That this vital thought is
    • thought-impulses appropriate to it.
    • thought. And he observes that thought is the element in
    • cultivate thought, as the German does, we are confronted
    • solution when one could only point to the thought that emerged
    • although as thought it may rise to supreme heights, this still
    • remains a kind of dead thought. Anyone, however, who becomes
    • birth-place for vital thought, will speak, not perhaps of a
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • development than is thought today. Even people who are
    • lay hold of his will through his thought-forces. And an
    • then advanced to the living thought. They were still caught up
    • thought. It is the men of the early part of the nineteenth
    • furthest in the evolution of thought towards life. At least
    • substance of the world, albeit in thoughts that were still
    • had, of course, was only the germ of vital thought. That
    • following. They need to be rediscovered by making thought
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    • less to the content of Fichte's thought than to his noble
    • formalized thought. But humanity, on its way down the ages,
    • into men's habits of thought and feeling a kind of abstraction.
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    • occasion to connect today's thoughts about the
    • of thought derived from natural science has already penetrated
    • us imagine for a moment, merely to develop the thought that is
    • ourselves again and again with our whole soul-life to this thought,
    • freely soaring thought that we have put into the soul.
    • processes of thought in his consciousness, and then in
    • thought-life, by means of which he comes to self-knowledge in
    • thought and then to soul-silence, will understand that it must
    • experience spiritually the thoughts that appear necessary for a
    • be conveyed into thought and for this mere head-thinking will
    • Goethean mode of observation the thought is so alive that one
    • and mobile thoughts about the spiritual world come to artistic
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    • in the element of thought itself as he did
    • a more passive attitude to thought and
    • exercises. Of course man has thoughts today, but he can
    • external sense-impressions to stream into his thoughts
    • fills his thoughts with a content derived from external
    • thought you form with the aid of these
    • idea, the thought of the triangle fixed in your mind, then you
    • only in your thoughts — how you begin to
    • and that out of this, entirely in thought. There you have the
    • aware of the forces of thought.
    • your thoughts in this way, you experience the Second Man
    • movements to an awareness of your inner forces of thought, you
    • woven entirely of thoughts. And at
    • entering our thoughts, our mental pictures, and then come
    • our organism with this etheric thought-content of the
    • well trained in governing speech as in governing thought.
    • return as thoughts that are wisdom-inwoven. And
    • thoughts. The cosmic ether is at the same time a
    • thought-world of formative forces.
    • earth I form the kind of thoughts which lead to the laws of
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    • inner life of thought. When he becomes so
    • thought in himself, then this body of formative forces can be
    • called the unreal thoughts and unreal feelings, those thoughts
    • ages. Whenever thoughts and feelings
    • Thus on the other side of existence, in our thoughts and
    • felt as real; yet out of these thoughts and emotions emerges
    • thoughts and feelings which contain the moral impulses —
    • externally real, while that which arises out of thoughts and
    • flow from the thoughts and feelings, whose reality is in
    • occupied only mentally in thoughts, for there too the will
    • lives in his thoughts, shoots into his muscles and then effects
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    • very clearly that man must not only turn his thoughts in other
    • critical thought was formulated. — Having
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    • thought to what this light has illuminated, we see that human
    • even though at times only for a brief period, some particular thought
    • all the powers of his soul in inner concentration upon this thought.
    • thought. This exercise must be arranged so that we proceed in a
    • the thing, but the fact that we survey such a thought content
    • completely. This cannot be done if we take a thought content
    • out of our own memory; for so much is associated with such a thought
    • provide one with such a thought content, it is good not to
    • take such a thought content out of their own memories and
    • for the inner molding of one's thoughts can be applied as
    • process of forming a thought, it is as if we were extending a feeler
    • what he himself has brought into this consciousness, this thought
    • definite thought content, to put away such a content of thought in
    • concentrating upon a definite thought content; and after we then
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    • thought to what this light has illuminated, we see that human
    • a brief period, some particular thought — the content of
    • soul in inner concentration upon this thought. By means of this
    • more powerful by being directed upon a definite thought. This
    • but the fact that we survey such a thought content completely. This
    • cannot be done if we take a thought content out of our own memory;
    • for very much is associated with such a thought in the most
    • requests him to provide one with such a thought content, it is not
    • thought content out of their own memories and experiences, in which
    • of one's thoughts can be applied as exactly as the physicist or
    • of forming a thought, it is as if we were stretching out a feeler
    • brought into this consciousness, this thought content upon which he
    • definite thought content, to put away such a content of thought
    • content of thought, and then having emptied our consciousness, so
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    • into activity. Thoughts remain rather shadowy, and every one knows
    • the reaction of the human heart to thoughts when we are dealing with
    • will, and thereby also into the forces of thought and the sense
    • guidance of thought, of the spirit, and grow into the spiritual just
    • accordance with our demands or even with our logical thoughts; for
    • the world might itself pass over from mere logical thoughts into that
    • “perceptive power of thought” to use the expression so
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    • the form of intuition. Thought is a force like electricity, like steam
    • power, like the power of heat. And whoever receives the thoughts that
    • them without being mistrustful from the start, in him these thoughts
    • standpoints. The listener should only consider the thoughts conveyed
    • probation”. Whoever does this has not only thoughts flowing into
    • flows. Today we must fructify our thought in a completely different
    • which we kindle the thoughts so they live. The spiritual speaker
    • should live with this thought, meditate on it and let it work in him.
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    • occult knowledge, expressed his thoughts about this point as follows:
    • anticipate this with some thoughts. Let's look for a moment at
    • Now I come to the second preliminary thought. When you examine the
    • to move its body. How do I move my hand? I first have the thought: I
    • want to move my hand. If I only had the thought it would live in me,
    • but it could never raise up a physical hand, just as a mere thought
    • bottle, energy must be added to the thought, which is the intermediary
    • between the thought and my physical body. And we call this energy an
    • me that acts as intermediary between my thought and my physical arm.
    • thoughts — my physical body must be integrated with my thought
    • in which his will and his desires live. When I have a thought, it
    • desire-body, which could be the intermediary between his thoughts and
    • round, men's thoughts moved in a formless thought-matter. During the
    • second elemental realm, or the second round, human thoughts moved in a
    • formed thought-matter. And in the third elemental realm human thoughts
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    • Allow me first of all to mention an important thought, which is
    • physical body. The sleeping state of the Earth must be thought of
    • even dim thoughts. The spirit had not yet entered the bodies. In the
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    • reflecting’. There you have the two activities of human thought,
    • clearly contrasted in the man of reflection and the man of forethought
    • work upon him, and then thinks; such thought is the
    • that was not there before. It is first there in thought and then the
    • thought is converted into reality. That is Prometheus-thinking. This
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    • The original Indian peoples brought the culture of Thought to
    • Thought came to expression in ancient India. This first sub-race
    • thinking was a kind of feeling, and what he thought comes to
    • aright if, as you read, you get the impression that thought is basking
    • to the help of the thoughts, where outer customs then retain this
    • to enable Thought to become inward in the real sense. And so in Indian
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    • certain disinclination to raise the spirit to the heights of thought,
    • himself, is the Thought. Man raises himself through Thoughts to life
    • that is in him, the Devachanic, the Thought, to expression through the
    • thought lives further in the waves of the air, just as the word is the
    • thought of the first Christians. He was in very truth a unique
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    • date than the actual age in which the great thoughts of the Rishis of
    • belong, was founded. An entirely new mode of thought and feeling arose
    • be understood why from this moment onward God can be thought of as a
    • personality, and the Trinity, which previously was thought of
    • thoughts or a web of dogmas. It has a great task and world mission to
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    • description of this thought. Guided by an infinitely deep and
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    • and Isolde”. All these thoughts did not live consciously or
    • abstractly in Wagner; they were thoughts contained in the myth
    • necessary for an artist to have these thoughts in an abstract form. Just
    • tragedy of this thought is deeply felt by the peoples of the north,
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    • thoughts then flow together in his Parsifal, but at the same time the
    • thought weighed heavily on his heart: It lies within our power to
    • This thought
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    • we could prove to you that he never thought of them in connection with
    • thought to be akin to mathematics but because it was known that the
    • Goethe, albeit they are generally thought to be mere fantasy. Indeed
    • albeit this universal soul must be thought of as a reality, not as a
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    • read thoughtlessly — thoughtlessly in a higher sense — many things
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    • laws of nature. These are thoughts. With that kind of thinking, which
    • sheath-thoughts, living active power is poured so that the priest is
    • longest after death. Of less elevated scientific thought hardly
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    • was not there previously. First of all the thought is there and then
    • the thought is transformed into reality. This is Promethean thinking.
    • Root Race (the thinking of spiritual thoughts). Earthly thinking and
    • with the first discoveries and inventions and carry your thoughts
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    • whirlwind’, is the leading thought for the fourth and fifth
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    • The deep and profound thought here contained is the following: the
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 7: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 1
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    • of fire which brings wisdom and makes man thoughtful. The Molten Sea
    • and left for some minutes to his own thoughts. Then he is deprived of
    • A Freemason need not necessarily have different thoughts from the man
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    • — is exactly the same as what human thought is. Human thought is the
    • the bridge from human thought to the atom. One will learn to know the
    • realise this elementary occult truth about thought, electricity and
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 10: Evolution and Involution as they are Interpreted by Occult Societies [The Atom as Congealed Electricity]
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    • the great thought at the basis of these secret societies, that all
    • Thought itself is composed of the same substance.
    • one is able to grasp the materiality between the thought and the
    • when the occult truth, that thought and atom consist of the same
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    • into the atom. Relationship of the atom, thought and electricity.
    • nature will be within us as a power. That is the great thought at the basis
    • that the atom is nothing but coagulated electricity. — The thought
    • the thought and the atom is once comprehended, the way to get hold of the
    • indicated will be within man's power when the occult truth that thought and
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 11: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 1
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    • thought must be permeated by that kind of wisdom which leads from
    • the all-embracing universal thought, in order to transform the world
    • was divinely handsome. When the Queen of Sheba met him, she thought
    • occult brotherhoods, the thought lived, that man has a task to
    • out of intuitive wisdom. This is the thought which formerly under lay
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    • true, it is the thoughts of man that prepare the future. As an old
    • being of the world springs out of living thought; not from dead
    • matter. What outward matter is, is a consequence of living thought,
    • were, frozen thoughts. We must dissolve it back again into its higher
    • elements, because we grasp life in thought. If we are able to lead
    • the mineral up into life, if we transform [it into] the thoughts of
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 15: Atoms and the Logos in the Light of Occultism
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    • thought appears as something different. It is then like a spoken word
    • with us. The thought which constitutes the innermost being for the
    • word is the expression of thought [with us]. If we ourselves consider
    • thought as the word of a still higher being, then we come near to the
    • concept of the Logos. Knowledge taken out from thought stands on a
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    • thought, in ideas. But ideas have no real existence. An idea is
    • simple line becomes something holy! Thought, by twining itself around
    • step, as he is able to approach the great world thoughts, as he
    • but otherwise occult power that penetrates these great world thoughts
    • consciousness, the mobility of thought, returned, what the astral
    • the fundamental thought in occult training. Before our physical body
    • there are higher forces than thought, that there is something outside
    • of him, which cannot be expressed in contemporary thought, but which
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    • more profound thought is this: these one-sided male endeavours must
    • first as a thought, what had to become a reality in him later on.
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    • thought as well, all find expression. Basically it was from the still
    • person's astral substance. This concept, this thought, thus flows
    • something silly and absurd. This thought has hovered in his astral
    • substance. The new thought of the first person now arrives and
    • and would then have to be transformed by the thought forms already
    • newly transmitted thought to his [own] thought forms and therefore
    • emitting the kind of thoughts which sink into the substance of the
    • for instance, you harbour a reverent thought, this is expressed by
    • in the astral world, which shows itself as the thought form of
    • feeling engenders a thought form which is blue in
    • the light in the atmosphere. Similarly, [the reverent thought makes
    • So is it with the reverent thought as well. It is an empty space
    • permeated by warmth. If one transmits a reverential thought to
    • someone, then a different thought form exists in you, and you bring
    • this up against him. You then emit the red thought form of egoism or
    • self love. This, for its part, encloses yet another thought form,
    • and has the directly opposite thought form of an outer ring of blue
    • away everything that wants to enter, and the worthless red thought
    • if we transmit to other people countless such thought forms enveloped
    • consequence of thoughts and feelings, will surely grasp that it is
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    • emphasise that some of those in the company thought it all rather
    • construction are thought of today, but in a fundamentally deeper
    • thought by several centuries the events that are to occur in the
    • way as the thoughts of an architect building a factory relate to the
    • as a result of human thought. Human wisdom has thus transformed the
    • anyone who thinks intuitively, with his thoughts rooted in higher
    • drift thoughtlessly through life, will know what they have to do;
    • do with what applies to Freemasonry. This thought is also expressed
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    • thinking however he is creative. Nothing gives rise to thoughts unless
    • creates thoughts. Today he is only creative in one sphere, in
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    • ether filled with wisdom. On the Old Moon thoughts were not in the
    • surroundings, using a brain as the vehicle of thought. Only his
    • the thought passes outwards through the larynx. The next stage will be
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    • thoughts, feelings and will impulses of present-day man. Materialism,
    • The ‘I think’, and thought in
    • together with thought. And the last stage will be achieved by man when
    • This is why their systems are thought out so admirably; but this they
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    • everything is contained. All beings were contained in thought, but
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    • selflessness in wishes and thoughts. The possibility of development
    • Most people's thoughts are nothing more than reflections of the
    • environment. It is very rare to have thoughts which are not so
    • connected. Man only has such higher thoughts when senses awaken for
    • the mental world, so that he not only thinks the thoughts, but
    • mood and so on, usually no thoughts are left. Let us only try to
    • that the soul continually has within it as thoughts is dependent on
    • enduring thought content to live in one in order gradually to develop
    • the thoughts that arise within him, but surrenders himself to thoughts
    • When one becomes selfless in thoughts, allowing the eternal thoughts
    • concentration and meditation on the thoughts of the Masters —
    • then one also perceives the thoughts of the surrounding world. The
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    • The etheric body is the bearer of thoughts. What is thought within
    • form. So thought-forms, as they are called, are made out of a kernel
    • of the nerves stream the so-called abstract thoughts, which however
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    • World. This grandiose thought could only have been carried through if
    • the thoughts of the Devas, but it was all in deep twilight
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    • How Karma works in relation to deeds, words and thoughts. The opposite
    • way of deeds, all that he experienced in his soul as thoughts and
    • thoughts towards relationships of a kind that have not been brought
    • of human thoughts. Anyone wishing to work for the future must however
    • have those thoughts which will produce new connections between one
    • thing and another. Only thoughts dealing with such connections can
    • And now let us imagine a person whose actions, thoughts and feelings
    • are conditioned by Karma; through deeds, thoughts ... feelings rising
    • through thought. And thought is something far more comprehensive than
    • the spoken word. Thought is no longer, as with language, different
    • So man ascends from actions, through words to thoughts, and in this
    • there is no purely personal speech. Speech belongs to a group. Thought
    • stages: deeds, words, thoughts.
    • behind him traces of the spirit of the whole of humanity as thought;
    • now enter into the following thoughts: Will the humanity, i.e., what
    • think. It is laughable to ask in our thoughts what Divinity is. On the
    • thought on this planet. Thinking is something connected with us. When
    • we explain the world by means of thought, this world-explanation is
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    • The three stages of thought-life: Abstract Thoughts, Imagination, and
    • thoughts. Everything which in this sense he accomplishes with
    • Thirdly: Thoughts are the concern of the whole of humanity.
    • thoughts, beings still higher and more significant than those active
    • much can be explained. Let us consider a thought within us. Behind
    • this thought a spiritual being is present. If we imagine ourselves
    • realise that a thought is only the expression of the body of the
    • spiritual being working into us. Every time a thought flashes through
    • being is formed of the same substance as that of which thought
    • consists. The thought in us can only become the imprint of a higher
    • same substance as our thoughts.
    • negative, a counter-image of our foot. So is it too with our thoughts.
    • thought. Image and counter-image are as interconnected as seal and
    • corresponds in our analogy to the sealing wax. Now we call thought, in
    • impression we call abstract thought. We can say when we think: ‘I feel
    • three levels of the thought element: the intuitive, the imaginative
    • When man develops further, when abstract thought itself develops to
    • us in our thoughts. Imagination gives the picture. This is why the
    • imagination gives the picture, not abstract thoughts. In all
    • to form again for himself a picture out of every thought, then he has
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    • We understand that a merely cool, dry thought is less effective on the
    • astral plane than a thought that springs from the soul in an impulsive
    • has a certain sophisticated cunning — when cold thoughts about
    • substance which, coming from thoughts, streams into astral space. It
    • dough. So it is, when our thoughts stream out into astral space. The
    • When a thought penetrates into astral space it forms a denser layer
    • around the hollow brought about by the thoughts. Around this hollow,
    • up. It is the thought-form which we then see. The astral substance
    • brightness which arises around the thoughts soon disappears; but if
    • the thought is connected with an intense impulse of passion, it has a
    • But through the strongly passionate thoughts of human beings there
    • This leads him to impart to his thoughts a noble enthusiasm
    • ignoble beings produced by man through thoughts which are filled with
    • thoughts is the same as that which surrounded the previous planet, the
    • related to our lower. When someone produces egotistical thoughts, this
    • Asuras. Through our baser thoughts we provide nourishment for these
    • passions, meditate, creating strong thought forms, they conjure up
    • clearly enough into thoughts, he creates this substance, and because
    • he has no counterbalance, such beings incarnate in his thought forms.
    • passion-filled human thoughts are one kind of astral beings. They are
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    • to them. Everything that exists as thoughts and mental images has an
    • he represses all the thoughts which penetrate into the etheric body.
    • exposed to all the thoughts flying hither and thither around him,
    • sleeping condition, any being having the power to send out thoughts,
    • thoughts into the etheric body of the sleeper. Someone can therefore
    • receive into his etheric body pure and lofty thoughts when the Masters
    • consciously wish to make this their concern. But in the night thoughts
    • thoughts which have approached it from the environment and secondly
    • thoughts also which the Masters or other individualities have
    • during the daytime with pure, noble thoughts dealing with eternal
    • thoughts. Should he not have this disposition, it would be useless
    • with lofty thoughts the astral body can actually contact them. This is
    • one's thoughts and experiences are imprinted into the etheric body.
    • obliterated by the outer world. He is not always aware of his thoughts
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    • in relation to actions, feelings and thoughts. The necessity for
    • After the world of feelings, we ascend into the world of thought. When
    • someone grasps a pure thought he comes into a situation which is
    • For whoever grasps a pure thought conjures up also through this
    • thought a counter-effect. Europeans have such pure thoughts very
    • seldom, for the thoughts are generally clouded by instincts, desires
    • thoughts, that is in mathematics. When people calculate, their
    • thoughts and introduce the spirit of mathematics into higher regions.
    • Because in this sense thought is something holy, with his thoughts man
    • to introduce these passion-free thoughts; still more so in the drama
    • The counter-effect of thought which is on the Devachanic Plane is to
    • be found on the Astral Plane. These thoughts work downwards on to the
    • instance the thought content in ‘Die natürliche Tochter’ worked on the
    • counter-effect of thought. Certain people were moved to the depths of
    • their being through the influence of such pure thoughts. The
    • Even though thoughts seldom show themselves as such pure thoughts they
    • opinions give rise to much wrangling, the thoughts are there. If one
    • is to live in thought on the Devachanic Plane, one must grasp thought
    • in such a way that one develops feeling for the thought. Most people
    • as it is a thought. If one asks if he is also a representative of this
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    • We will now take a further step forward. When we see a thought form,
    • wishes to conjure up a thought, one must draw the figure in question
    • with such thought-figures. This would then be the Second Elementary
    • thoughts, the World-Ether-Thoughts.
    • for example that we conceive the thought of such a figure as a spiral,
    • then the thought of a lemniscate. We now transfer ourselves into the
    • imagines a world filled with such thought-seeds. This formless world
    • the thought-seeds became physical. At that time the Earth consisted
    • imagines the human being as merely a being of thought, then one can
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    • formless state as thoughts. We can gain a right concept of this when
    • this as thought seeds. The forms were not yet present, but only the
    • thoughts preceding their manifestation. If we ask: Who then had these
    • thoughts, we receive as answer: These were the thoughts of spiritual
    • us on the earth. At that time all thoughts were present as thoughts of
    • thought of man? What was it that gave them the model? It was the
    • beings. Slowly men developed as thoughts of the Gods.
    • Now the Arupa-Sphere densified; everything emerged as thought-forms.
    • to place his own thoughts into the form. On the Fifth Globe man will
    • able to send his thoughts out into the surrounding world. On the
    • this will be present as thought and on the Seventh Globe everything
    • no longer be a plant kingdom; man will then allow living thoughts
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    • experience, that is to say, the gathering of thoughts out of nothing
    • and then creating once more in accordance with these thoughts out of
    • what the natural scientist today calls laws of nature are the thoughts
    • say: these are the thoughts of a being who has its body on the astral
    • their thoughts.
    • thoughts through clearly, we have the meaning of church ritual: that
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    • thought into reality. Such is the relationship between the wise men of
    • also surrender himself He must surrender himself to what makes thought
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    • all these things lie deep thoughts concerning evolution which ought to
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    • which thought depends, first appears with the population of the
    • intricacy, think of this faculty applied to lofty cosmic thoughts.
    • When later the Jew was able to apply thought to such things in the
    • articulated thought system of the primeval Indians. And what the
    • the North was the thought that their old form of culture would
    • personal element, until eventually this thought incarnated, reaching
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    • higher plane with conscious clarity of thought, this is the
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    • striving are control of thought, a morally blameless life,
    • through a train of thought as follows: The plant must have a
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    • of thought was so different, that if one spoke of man, one
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    • thought. It is this: Humanity evolves in a way which enables the
    • This Love was the fundamental principle of Rosicrucian thought but it
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    • Evil. In ordinary thought, the Good and the Evil are two irreducible
    • tremendous power of expansion. The magic power of thought is of the
    • same nature. Let us then rise to the thought of the ideal of humanity
    • The grandeur of Darwinian thought is not disputed, but it does not
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    • by exoteric thought — the chaotic life bound up with sleep and
    • The materialist will not admit that the thoughts stimulated in us by
    • we infuse our thoughts into Nature.
    • The thoughts we derive from the universe are actually there. All that
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    • truth. That is why all thought must be filled with the element of
    • soul. Thought must be permeated with feeling; otherwise it will not
    • pass into the realm of soul and it will be stillborn thought.
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    • (1) Control of thought. We must be able to concentrate our thought
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    • impulses of will, his desires and his thoughts, appears to the
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    • able to solve by dint of abstract thought is thus solved by
    • today the fruits of the narrow, materialistic thoughts strewn by our
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    • thoughts then become living and visible forms, constituting the aura
    • six. These six virtues are: control of thought, power of initiative,
    • the higher part giving rise to thought, imagination, speech.
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    • is, on the one hand, to train and develop such feelings and thoughts
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    • To attain the third stage of Devachan, thought must be freed from
    • consciously in the world of thought, quite independently of the actual
    • content of thought. The pupil must experience the function of
    • gestures, acts and thoughts. Everything that happens on Earth
    • and thoughts are evoked. Each of these words is a wave of sound with an
    • spiritualistic séances, where it is thought to be the spirit of the
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    • thought limited to the search for food and means for defending his
    • the faculty of reflective thought and calculation unfolded in the men
    • was as yet no picture consciousness. Cosmic thoughts poured into and
    • the whole Cosmos, participating in cosmic thought.
    • may be conceived as the world of thoughts accessible to the higher
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    • creative power with which his thought is endowed today. In this age,
    • When we no longer simply embody our thoughts in objects, as for
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    • If now again in thought one were to abstract these last three layers
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    • but a flower of the same divine tree, his thoughts would have been
    • consciousness of his own thoughts. Our Earth would have been a world
    • of beings endowed with thoughts, but not with consciousness, a world
    • world around him is due to the Luciferian Spirits. Human thought is
    • thoughts were not related to the sense-world they would simply be
    • between faith and science is due to this dual origin of human thought.
    • thought. Karma is the law of cause and effect in the spiritual
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    • thought. Nothing comes into being in the physical world which in its
    • All that lives today in the inner being of man, his thoughts, his
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    • of the whole field of theosophical thought. Theosophy has not always
    • to regulate the processes of thought. In theosophical language, a man who
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    • through the communications of others. The lofty thoughts of men of genius
    • people say: “Oh, that is only a thought or a feeling; it exists
    • only in the soul. To box someone's ears is wrong, but a bad thought
    • “You don't have to pay for your thoughts.” Every thought
    • see into the astral world the thought is like an arrow or thunderbolt
    • would. I repeat: every thought and every feeling is a reality, and for
    • bad thoughts about another than to see him inflicting physical harm.
    • we are creating a thought which the seer can recognise by its colour
    • and form, and it will be a thought which gives strength to our neighbour.
    • Any thought containing truth finds its way to the being whom it concerns
    • It includes all man's original thoughts which enable him to bring something
    • new into the world and to act upon it, no matter whether the thoughts
    • that happened around entered into his thoughts; every movement of an army
    • exists in thought. The Akasha Chronicle therefore shows his intentions,
    • all that he thought and imagined as he was leading his legions; and
    • their thoughts, too, are shown. It is a true picture of what happened,
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    • generous-hearted and affectionate people with good thoughts, for these
    • stamp themselves on the child's inner life. Example, therefore, in thought
    • immoral thoughts and feelings.
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    • usually thought.
    • materialistic habits of thought were to remain unchecked, people
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    • thought emerged: Here is something one should not do. Similarly, a savage
    • of logical thought. From this we must conclude that accurate thinking
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    • by his precepts he educated them by direct influence and by his thoughts.
    • When he sent out his thoughts into the colony, his ideas and precepts
    • thought-pictures, in visions and imaginations that the world of Brahman
    • tradition survives. People were now coming to the thought that external
    • thoughts and learnt from the resistance he encountered that the outer
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    • rhythm, especially as regards their thoughts and their behaviour. Anyone
    • I. Thought control.
    • of thoughts from drifting through the mind, and bringing a certain ordered
    • further thoughts in such a way that they are all closely linked with
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    • try to hold in his thought only the concepts they leave behind. If he
    • thus lives in concepts only, and controls his thoughts and links one
    • outer world; it can only be conceived in thought, and the same is true of
    • thought. On these, too, the pupil must focus his attention. Finally,
    • conscious, but you have no thoughts, and into this thinking without
    • thoughts the spiritual powers are able to pour their content. But as
    • thoughts, the more will the super-sensible world reveal itself to you.
    • excluded from your thoughts, and if you continue to do this over the
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    • which are generally not thought of, contribute essentially to inner
    • with the six exercises already mentioned: control of thought; initiative
    • of all, to reproduce in himself the thoughts of the whole of humanity.
    • to himself: “If others have thought this, it must be a possible
    • human thought; I will test whether one can live with it.” He need
    • of the earth and humanity. Thoughts of this kind, given to us for study,
    • purify the spirit. By following the strict lines of these thoughts,
    • we come to form strictly logical thoughts ourselves. This kind of study,
    • again, purifies our thoughts, and so we learn to think with strict logic.
    • author's line of thought and learn to think with him. Hence the
    • the planetary laws, we develop an important line of thought, and this
    • retains the power to think. The content of his thought falls away, but
    • the activity of thought remains. And thus he comes to rest in the
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    • because occupying one's thoughts with these truths purifies the
    • think in ordinary life without bringing order into their thoughts.
    • Initiates, bring thought into ordered forms. All of this is a part of
    • activity of thought and intellect. Intellect and thought belong
    • to concentrate his thoughts on certain parts of the body. Those of
    • his pupil thus: direct your thoughts and concentrate them on this
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    • it is this deeper Sun that will be the guiding moth in our thoughts
    • the resurrection of the higher. Goethe expressed the same thought in
    • us, This thought is indicated in the fresh roses adorning this Tree;
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    • thoughts toward the time when the earth had not yet become what it is
    • hours. Thoughts of eternity pervaded their souls. Then, toward
    • expressed the same thought in the words:
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    • embodies a great thought — not every thought is suitable, as you know,
    • Meditation is usually thought of as an oriental approach to the divine. In
    • meditation. Meditation is more imbued with thought, however. Through
    • it, the thoughts of the great leaders of mankind draw the meditant onward
    • your existence, your feeling and thought, your very being, to inject life
    • If you would rise in thought to a comprehension of the vehicle of will
    • human nature. The three higher principles may be thought of, we know,
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    • thought to what Wagner has created, it seems to me we might
    • from our own thought when we contemplate a flower! We would
    • to allow themselves to add anything from their own thought
    • thoughts on the evolution of man Wagner has put forward in
    • It was thought that something can be awakened in man by the
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    • thought of as lying between present-day Europe and America. This
    • ancient Atlantis, for man's faculties of thought and feeling were
    • quite different. At that time, he could not have combined thoughts,
    • contains anything haphazard or thought-out, has preserved the memory
    • permeated by thoughts, as is the case to-day. The influence which
    • forces were transformed into thoughts and signs. The various streams
    • the first time the in-streaming wisdom into thoughts.
    • of cosmic wisdom, must be transformed into thoughts and brought
    • this sound was transformed into thoughts, script and signs —
    • writing and thought first came into the world during the
    • little capacity of inner vision as at the present time. Thought is at
    • occult truths in Manas, in the purest element of thought. The
    • brain is the true mission of our age. To render thought so forceful
    • thought, in order to carry over Budhi into the new civilisation.
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    • Whoever thoughtfully regards animal life can only share this view
    • give ourselves to the thought that nothing lives in its inner being
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    • my fingers. It cannot be thought of apart from my common
    • well-known phenomenon, about which men have thought a great deal, if
    • merely form thoughts about him, but also feels with him. In the same
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    • this case, to apply a thought to a single object, for when we
    • the rigid, unchangeable thoughts of the physical world. We
    • these shapes — we must acquire mobile thoughts. We
    • not have delayed our thoughts according to a system, but must
    • should be thought of as applying to the waking state and to
    • are able to make our thoughts mobile and fluent, shall we
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    • different lines of thought and religious movements in the world
    • thoughts and conceptions are transformed into feelings and
    • and thoughts; then healing-powers develop in the soul and can
    • How bitter is the thought he must expire.
    • To live for others both in thought and action
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    • If we take these thoughts farther we shall have to say: We are
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    • first century after Christ; what he thought, felt and willed in those
    • spiritual pictures; the impulses of will, the feelings, the thoughts,
    • quite clear that it is rather his thoughts that we see in the Akasha
    • All the man's earlier experiences in his life of thought and feeling,
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    • send thoughts of love-but not of egotistic love-to the Dead, we
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    • if we think of the consequences of human deeds, thoughts and feelings.
    • It is so often said in everyday life: Thoughts are duty-free! —
    • man, but he thinks that a thought of hatred which he may harbour
    • proceed from a thought filled with hatred than can ever be caused by a
    • a loving thought that goes out to another man, and the very different
    • effect that is produced by a thought filled with hatred. When you send
    • out a loving thought to someone the seer perceives a form of light
    • happiness. On the other hand a thought of hatred bores its way into
    • tremendous difference in the astral world if one voices a thought that
    • is true or a thought that is untrue. A thought is related to a thing
    • not coincide with the facts, then the thought-form of the teller comes
    • up against the thought-form that has proceeded from the event; the two
    • thought-forms collide, causing mutual destruction. These destructive
    • enduring qualities of character, thoughts that are not merely
    • that our thoughts continually produce forms which cast shadows in the
    • thoughts, feelings and sensations of human beings.
    • attaches it to himself All his thoughts and feelings and experiences
    • there. If his thoughts had contained much truth, these traces gather
    • into it corresponding feelings and a characteristic life of thought.
    • false thoughts are of such a nature that they gradually grow into
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    • It is a great and potent thought to know that nothing we do is in
    • superficial thought will make us realise that the physical body is the
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    • thought! I refer to Mauthner's Critique of Language. In his
    • between the occult mode of thought and the present time. You can find
    • in it the exact opposite of all occult methods of thought, it is the
    • thought. During the time when the Sun had already withdrawn and the
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    • higher.” This, to be sure, is not a thought which creates the
    • more intensive. You know that people who lead a life of thought have
    • thoughts, so works upon and transforms the future organism that
    • What the materialistic mode of thought brings about has not yet been
    • thought that lives in the mind of one who conceives spiritual science
    • thought seeks the unifying bond of spiritual wisdom. Hence arises the
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture XIV: The Nature of Initiation
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    • If this is thought of in full wakefulness as a basic feeling in the
    • Study in the Rosicrucian sense is the ability to immerse oneself in a content of thought not taken from physical reality but from the higher worlds. This is called the life in pure thought. Modern philosophers for the most part deny this; they say that every thinking must have a certain vestige remaining from sense perception. This, however, is not the case, for no one, for example, can see a true circle; a circle must be seen in the mind; on the blackboard it is only a collection of tiny particles of chalk. One can only attain to a real circle if one leaves aside all examples, all actual things. Thus thinking in Mathematics is a super-sensible activity. But one must also learn to think supersensibly in other fields.
    • and if these thoughts flow into the feeling nature and overpower it,
    • must accustom himself to the kind of thinking in which one thought
    • These books are not written in such a way that one can take a thought
    • arises, one thought grows out of another. These books have nothing at
    • thoughts themselves worked out in him, how they linked themselves one
    • means an inner meditation in a thought-structure which lets one
    • thought grow out of another, out of itself.
    • pictures work quite differently from the abstract thoughts which have
    • all. If you think in the manner of modern thought then you can take
    • first arise as thoughts and then leads the seeker upward into the
  • Title: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism: Lecture I: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism
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    • decades will have an immense significance for human thought
    • thought that such mighty impulses from the ancient myths,
    • yet reached the present stage of development. Logical thought
    • thought is not consistent. Many people have no idea of logic.
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    • thoughts. You may indeed perceive the glow upon the
    • thoughts. Yet the thoughts which live in us are very
    • deceptive, for human thoughts are related to the Beings of
    • not I, but only my own shadow, so man's thoughts are only
    • we are able to grasp a thought because in the Intelligent
    • World there is a real Being who produces this thought. This
    • is a world in which our thoughts are real beings, whom we
    • of the etheric body, please try to follow my thoughts in this
    • thoughts.
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    • “Mimic of Thought” he writes: “Every wise
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    • definite thought; for instance, the word Folk-spirit,
    • thought does not depend upon the structure of the brain (for
    • thoughts concerning space in exactly the same way in which it
    • forms thoughts on philosophy. But the fact of having an
    • of thought. Of course, it is best of all if both parents are
    • that this is simply a thought-out explanation, you will be
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    • About three decades ago, this thought — how mankind
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    • materialistic thought.
    • earth.” They thought that the sign of Aries sent them
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    • forming judgments and of combining thoughts.
    • illusion had become a world calling for the keenest thought,
    • pyramid expressed great cosmic thoughts. The ancient Egyptian
    • spiritual world. What now exists as thought will in future be
    • a real force. Many people will have this power of thought
    • These thoughts will grow stronger and stronger and they will
    • thoughts which now still exist so sparsely, will gradually
    • grow stronger; these thoughts will then be able to transform
    • present rigid condition. This is how the thought of
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    • thoughts which were, to begin with, in the depths of my soul;
    • you hear thoughts which would remain concealed to you were I
    • thought. Now the early Christian imagined the following: The
    • train of thought which has nothing in common with the sensory
    • designated as “thinking in free thoughts” is only
    • real circle can only be conceived in thoughts; thought alone
    • thought, with the aid of the triangle built up spiritually,
    • which teaches us to form thoughts which are not independent
    • development of a thought activity independent of the senses.
    • thought, independently of the senses. No one should, however,
    • constitute, the kind of thoughts which were always explained
    • Training in Thought
    • thought- contained in one sentence is transferred to another
    • one. But in the above-mentioned books no thought can be
    • thought-structure the opportunity to take on a sensory
    • form. It was necessary to yield to these thoughts, so that
    • these thoughts, devoting themselves to this study for, say,
    • of thought. Consequently, the first condition is to have a
    • intellectual thought: the whole cosmic process must be
    • will also laugh at us and say: Our forefathers thought that
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    • is concentration, concentration of thought. Consider how your
    • thoughts ramble about from morning to night! They came from
    • his thoughts; he should take an object as uninteresting as
    • Christ Jesus thoughtfully looked upon the animal and said:
    • him to be a Christian. For the thoughts which have developed
    • thoughts produced by our materialistic age. We are
    • incessantly surrounded by these thought-forms of
    • The Xmas Thought and the Mystery of the Ego.
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    • thought that Spiritual Science or Anthroposophy desires to
    • their modern thought and they then pass on to:
    • feeling, and consequently also and thought; for as a man
    • The “Very Beginning” is thought of as an abstract
    • word, this word lives in us as thought. It lives within us.
    • transpose his thoughts into vibrations of the air, he will in
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    • the severest testing, for materialistic thought darkens and
    • spreads materialistic thought and feeling among the people is
    • thought and feeling. Christianity brings health and healing,
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    • drinkers have thought out this explanation to justify their
    • multiply the seed. If we bear in mind the thought that the
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    • the plant but also in higher realms of life. Let us trace in thought,
    • profundity of thought even though it is found wanting in many ways
    • thought has become so incorporated into human thinking that whoever
    • world is there, and from within your thoughts arise. These thoughts
    • were not there previously. When, for example, you form a thought
    • about a rose, this thought first arises in the moment you make a
    • thought arises in you. When the image of the rose arises, something
    • considered yesterday, how thoughts are creative, how they can ennoble
    • being once thinks, the thought creation, the concept creation, works
    • good thoughts today, they are fruitful into the remote future because
    • thought arose disintegrates, the effects of the thought remain.
    • today? Because there were beings in preceding eras who had thoughts
    • of clouds and stars. Everything arises out of thought creations.
    • born out of thought. Everything has arisen out of thought, and the
    • greatest things in the world have gone forth from the thoughts of the
    • pedantic thoughts about it, but we must look for the duality and
    • your underlying thoughts the remainder connected with what has been
    • today was meant to give you roughly sketched thoughts.
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    • the thoughts that will arise in our souls in consequence of
    • such thoughts make to the human heart with the words of many
    • thought flowing through the Christian minds of Europe, for it
    • mode of thought, it appeared to them in the light described
    • “Logos.” So it was thought that in cultured
    • soul, to communicate thoughts to the surrounding world by
    • thoughts.
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    • from within outwardly, transformed certain thoughts,
    • have developed our train of thought thus far, we have
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • evident that the German thought more of his whole tribe than
    • the thoughts of his forebears as though to himself. He did
    • profoundly this thought fits into the whole of human
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • thoughts that they held. It was declared that people were at
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    • in order to turn her thoughts away from all idea of outer
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    • because they believed that through thought, which subdivides
    • which the human spirit had thought out, but which had not
    • possibility of such a thought arising; they could not fall
    • what is expressed in its form cannot possibly be thought of
    • the thought imagery, through which the writer of the Gospel
    • to him best expressed in the forms of Greek thought, as it
    • whole Christian feeling grew into these thought forms. We
    • thought not to see that at the Annunciation it was
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • been a logic, a science of thought, it would have been
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    • consideration given to the thought-matter, to the so-called
    • elements of Wisdom, the pure element of thought. This is the
    • thought, Contemplation. 2. One can work more upon the feeling
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    • the thoughts just as they are there presented. If a person holds
    • thought of this book — for it is written in this manner
    • thoughts are all placed in such a way that they become
    • out of the thoughts in it has an effect similar to an inner
    • content ourselves with the thought that through just such
    • not approach them with many concepts and thoughts. Many say
  • Title: Astral World: Lecture I
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    • first thoughts formed in the morning, the first feelings moving through
    • stream, for through our thoughts, feelings and perceptions, we stand
    • us suppose a thought arises in our soul; let us say we ponder on the
    • nature of a table. Inasmuch as the thought shimmers through our soul,
    • the clairvoyant can observe how a current proceeds from this thought
    • to a being of the astral world. And so it is for every thought, every
    • the astral world. It would be quite an erroneous idea if you thought
    • That is not the case. From all these different thoughts, feelings and
    • But think what other and differing sensations, feelings, thoughts are
    • church immediately, because on the physical plane thought can remain
    • is not so; it is like this: When the thought has been formed, it also
    • being as the one I have just spoken about has a thought, it immediately
    • form of this thought, and another being stretches out from itself the
    • interpenetration of the most varying opinions, thoughts, and feelings.
    • keep back one's thoughts to oneself, they become deeds immediately;
    • most varying opinions, thoughts, feelings. On the astral plane each
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    • that they could grasp the innermost nature of a thing? That thought
    • with pictures, but pictures that we cannot use as we use our thoughts.
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    • the retaining of a mental image or a thought or impression. Certainly
    • some time in his life of thought can also be forgotten? Or do we have
    • this task of retaining the impressions and thoughts in man, when the
    • present day people have such different thoughts and feelings? It is
    • fantasy that it does some good. A resentful thought like this is dull
    • thoughts will easily forget them. That will be good for his health.
    • But if, on the other hand, he takes in no other thoughts than these,
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    • thought necessary here. When man's astral body has an irregularity
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    • power. Here, too, the guiding thought throughout is that the ego shall
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    • said, however, you will find a new way of looking at a thought I
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    • of Faust who, in a certain respect, may be thought of as the
    • “Prologue in Heaven”, thoughtfully, that it contains words which
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 5: Rhythms in the Being of Man
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    • man, with his materialistic mode of thought, laughs at the idea that
    • we want to turn our thoughts to evolution in the middle of Atlantean
    • the more his life conditions became influenced by thought, the
    • the simple reason that his thought process is regulated by the cosmic
    • because he has brought his inner thought processes into disorder. He
    • thought corresponds with the ordered rhythm. When man came on to the
    • of order in his life of thought and feeling. Regularity still holds
    • thought man has torn himself away from the great universal rhythm.
    • nature. Today, when you see something that has been thought out, the
    • them is an absolute chaos of thoughts. When the human being thinks
    • he piles up a medley of thoughts around the fact. All our sciences
    • take an external fact of the world and stir up a mass of thoughts
    • of mental abyss. He has no guiding principles of thought today, no
    • inner thought rhythm, and humanity would become completely decadent
    • build up our whole thought structure time and again out of this basic
    • reliable thread on which to string our thoughts: these four members
    • reproducing in thought the macrocosmic rhythm of 7:4 and 4:7 when you
    • follow this train of thought. You are producing the outer,
    • your system of thought, as once the gods laid down the plan for the
    • in us again in this way, then out of the chaos of thought life a
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    • thought what he perceives in the external world, but these connecting
    • the bell do not immediately combine to form the thought that the bell
    • himself of thoughts that have nothing to do with the thief and yet
    • thought, aesthetic judgment or the fulfillment of duty, forms a
    • the more man develops his thought content, his treasures of thought,
    • changing. People thought and felt quite differently five thousand
    • thought, without pleasure or displeasure, nor any feeling for duty
    • has become capable of extending his thoughts beyond the things he
    • becoming capable of logical thinking, of developing thought in
    • esotericism is connected with the profoundest thought in the whole of
    • our evolution, the thought of creation out of nothingness.
    • thought of creation out of nothingness. Supposing there were only
    • origin in Him as a thought out of nothingness, out of His pre-vision.
    • add the thought of creation out of nothingness to those of evolution
    • anthroposophical society we must return to the thought that we are
    • the thoughts, wealth of feeling and virtues he develops through the
    • thoughts; and what I feel is not prompted by egoism, I feel it
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    • elevation of pure sense-free thought, then we have where
    • became the expression of divine creation, divine thought as it
    • obviously see the inability of a way of thought bound by outer
    • Then the thought of death struck into the life of these gods
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  • Title: Lecture: What is Self Knowledge?
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    • imaginations, thoughts and ideas would this individuality
    • equilibrated as a result of how you acted and thought about it.
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    • know, at the central point of all religious thought and
    • go through what was felt, experienced and thought when for
    • correct thoughts are an active reality. “When you create
    • infirmity.” Correct thoughts activate health, false ones,
    • occult image. This has to be thought about or otherwise no real
    • corrupt your body. - Thus the necessity for the correct thought
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    • Science we can send our thoughts back to ages in the far, far past, to
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    • thought, they were rid of him, and they lay down and slept. But he
    • somewhat thoughtful person, he will observe that certain people with
    • buried it, but said nothing about it, and the others thought nothing
    • horse. It flies through the air as quickly as thought.”
    • bethought himself of the three whistles; he took the first one out
    • wife answered: “With the swiftness of thought!” Now when
    • the swiftness of will or of thought!” He rushed after them,
    • thoughtful person who travels about can even now find the last
  • Title: Lecture: The Way of Knowledge
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    • that we don't only absorb teaching and thoughts but that our
    • thoughts are unimportant in our life of feeling. It's like
    • this: in our time we will gradually come to say: Of thoughts
    • thoughts, that the plants could posses something spiritual,
    • difficult to enter with their thoughts into knowledge of
    • thoughts to work on us. Through our mere reflection regarding
    • to add the thought given in spiritual science: The earth has
    • was, the more spiritual were the people — human thoughts
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    • hence. Nevertheless, the perception of thoughts as actualities and the
    • Practical Training in Thought is also a characteristic example of the
    • thought capable of grasping physical and spiritual reality and leading to a
    • PRACTICAL TRAINING IN THOUGHT
    • speak about practical training in thought, for there is a widespread
    • is found that their so-called “practical thought” is often not
    • thought at all but only the continuing pursuit of traditional opinions and
    • thought and an examination of what is usually termed “practical
    • can be called practical. What to them is known as practical thought or
    • differently is considered impractical because this thought does not coincide
    • thinking” that is merely reasoning in traditional ruts of thought.
    • although his plan undoubtedly appeared to be cleverly thought out, it was
    • “is the thought principle underlying your discovery.” Finally, he
    • our own thoughts. In rare cases this can be observed distinctly, but there
    • intimately, however, knows that a large number of thought processes are
    • Anyone who believes that thought is merely an activity that takes place
    • within his head or in his soul cannot have the right feeling for thought.
    • from seeking right habits of thought and from making the necessary
    • thought must say to himself, “If I can formulate thoughts about things,
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    • Thought
    • called upon to speak of practical training in thought. For people
    • thought. You will often find there is very little that is really
    • thought about the matter in hand, and then they simply take the same
    • merely consists in opinions based on the habits of thought in which
    • very cleverly thought out; but you see, in practice it surely comes
    • move. That is the principle of thought in your invention?” And
    • possible to shut oneself up, as it were, in one's thought. People put
    • themselves in a neat little box with their thought. In rare
    • human processes of thought. He constantly sees people standing, as it
    • of thought requires us in the first place to have the right attitude of
    • mind, the right feeling about thought. How can we gain this? No
    • one can come to a right feeling about thought who imagines that
    • thought is something which merely takes place within man, inside his
    • search for a truly practical way of thought. He will fail to make the
    • feeling towards thought, he must rather say to himself: “If
    • I am able to make myself thoughts about the things, if I am able to
    • get at the things through thoughts, then the things must already
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    • Dominican, but that the thought forms employed in the natural
    • mode of his thinking; try to analyze his thought pictures and how he
    • learned the thought forms of the scholastic science of the Middle
    • Christianity and to apply the thoughts to the outer world, it must
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture II: Christianity in Human Evolution: Leading Individualities and Avatar Beings
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    • ever undertaken in the history of human thought. One may
    • several centuries this school of thought developed the
    • thought forms with which natural objects have been tackled
    • owe their mode of thought to the Christian science of the
    • learned his thought forms from the Christian science of the
    • Christianity and then apply the thoughts to the external
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    • Dominican, but that all the thought-forms employed in the
    • observe the mode of his thinking; try to analyze his thought
    • learned the thought-forms from the scholastic science of the
    • Christianity, and applied the thoughts to the outer
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    • thought in a different manner. They thought that if a stone
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    • think anew the pre-creational divine thoughts, freed from
    • that simple! With Thomas Aquinas, human thought rises to new
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    • when it is still surrounded by the thoughts of those who hate
    • thoughts will be strong and any doubt that may reverberate
    • in your conviction. Your thoughts will be spiritually refined
    • works in a genuinely spiritual sense, the unison of thoughts
    • doing so, our feelings and thoughts will hover invisibly over
    • with the great harmony of anthroposophical life. Thoughts
    • that originate in this place will encounter our thoughts,
    • just as our thoughts will flow here from distant places. This
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    • thoughts and the power of death.
    • mysterious origin of human thought?
    • Thoughts are kindled in him in a way that applies to no other being
    • belonging to the earth, and through his thoughts he experiences a
    • kindles thoughts in us, what process is taking place when the simplest
    • or the most sublime thought flashes through us? — When thoughts
    • of the nervous system. Thoughts would never flash through the soul if
    • should look for the origin of thought in the nervous system alone. For
    • thought does not originate only in the nerves. It is in the living
    • have to look for the process which gives rise to thoughts. When our
    • this interplay, thought flashes through the soul.
    • Now the genesis of thought within the soul corresponds, in the
    • it is true, rings out in the thought. Lightning in the clouds
    • reaction of blood and nerves produces the thought that flashes through
    • system; then we become aware of the thought flashing through us, and we
    • are in the air, Whose thoughts are in the rolling thunder. This is the
    • have thoughts arising within the human being. And the God seen and
    • in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. In that He thought as a man in a
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VII: The Macrocosmic and the Microcosmic Fire: The Spiritualization of Breath and Blood
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    • conquer the thought and the impulse of death in Faust's
    • external macrocosm corresponds to the origin of human thought
    • their thoughts they are able to experience a world that
    • extends beyond the earth. The manner in which thoughts flash
    • on earth. What is taking place within us when a thought is
    • thought flashes into our minds? To answer this question, let
    • activated within us when we let our thoughts pass through our
    • thought would flare up in our souls if ego and astral body
    • thoughts originate solely in the nervous system. This belief
    • origination of thoughts must be seen as a dynamic interaction
    • A thought
    • origination of the thought inside our soul corresponds to
    • thoughts, albeit gently, quietly, and imperceptibly. The
    • thought that flashes up in the soul. Suppose we looked out
    • passes through our nervous system, a thought would flash up
    • really the truth! Although our thoughts take place within
    • thoughts in the rolling thunder; and it was He who spoke to
    • in the human microcosm. Thoughts in the human being are what
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    • our souls time and again those great comprehensive thoughts
    • thoughts are powerful if we accept them as living forces.
    • When we elevate ourselves to the thoughts that are connected
    • day. Thoughts of how the ideal of our own sovereign will
    • thoughts will bring about the gradual disappearance of our
    • will disappear opposite the harmonious thoughts and feelings
    • ourselves with the thought that the gods can reveal
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    • theosophy? In order to achieve practical effects. Theosophical thoughts
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    • everything is the substance of our thoughts, which live there as forms
    • and beings. What the human being experiences here in the way of thoughts
    • is only a shadow image of the thoughts in their reality. Think of an
    • exactly how the thoughts familiar to man in the physical world are related
    • to what thoughts are in Spiritland. There they are beings with which
    • that we acquire in the life after death. We live there with thoughts
    • take an example. Someone has a particular thought and also the urge
    • to give expression to it. The impulse has led the thought to take on
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    • When we think through this thought to its conclusion, we must say that
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    • be entangled with it either in thoughts, acts or feelings. The basic
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    • on the path that can lead away from the fossilizing of thoughts. There
    • feelings and life of thought the pupil must give himself up to certain
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    • those that [who] thought or felt differently. Quite rigid in form, devoid
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    • up the thoughts of the watchmaker. At the present point of evolution
    • intuitions, those ideas and thoughts according to which the world, as
    • we see it, was formed. Man finds these thoughts and ideas in the
    • world, was imparted to man later. Man with his thoughts could see
    • behind those thoughts, could realise the thoughts according to which
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    • covered by Maya, and human thought sees things quite differently from
    • thoughts of man are continually led astray. We get a clearer idea of
    • would have thought: ‘Sometimes I am within this ancient Saturn
    • was an absolute stillness and you would have thought that the
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    • power of thought. For in reality, the Spirits of Personality did
    • thoughts. They brought about the formation of these eggs of warmth,
    • their thoughts, and through that same force they also left them
    • of Personality built those egg forms through their thought power.
    • can give only his thoughts; that speaking truly, is not as yet much
    • to give; for he who gives thoughts — even if he has given ever
    • so many thoughts, when he goes away things remain as they were. He
    • a time comes when Beings do not only give thoughts and the like, a
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    • action, so that what had been thought out in Wisdom — these
    • lofty cosmic thoughts which the Seraphim had received from the Gods,
    • which has been first thought out by the Cherubim. This takes place
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    • be thought out first, the connexion with the whole evolution of
    • humanity over the whole earth, has to be thought out; the right soul
    • result, the product, of thought. Let us look at it once from the
    • thought that I should draw Mercury in the vicinity of the Sun, and
    • time to overlook the spiritual world but then people bethought
    • little thought will reveal that co-operation with the cosmos is here
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    • creations of human thought. Put yourselves now in thought into that
    • Thoughts in the sense of to-day — I do not mean scientific
    • thoughts, for these will entirely lose their importance in three or
    • four hundred years — but thoughts of men in general, as they
    • whether the great thoughts, the great impulses, which great men have
    • expressed his thoughts in stone in this cathedral, will that have no
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    • a gradual evanescence, of the God Baldur who was thought of as associated
    • of spiritual science, we have the thought: the ego I have hitherto known
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    • thought and my volition: ‘My hand must move.’ A spiritual background
    • in Caesar's thoughts is visible, whether it be his intention to take
    • conquest of thought and intellect in the life of the higher feeling
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    • image of the hand, there are, for example, my thought and my will: the
    • on in Caesar's thoughts, be it certain steps he intended to take or
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    • by materialistic thoughts on the subject of cosmogony are nothing but
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    • great sacrifice on old Saturn. Human thought, even human seership,
    • thoughtfully what is recognized by the science of the day. You will
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    • of the moon's withdrawal thought of the word “I” as referring
    • called Himself. If men can enkindle the thought within them: Within
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    • thoughts, ideas, sensations, and feelings relating to the spiritual
    • we pursue this thought with the help of the Gospels of St. John and
    • thought and intellect, which matters least. It is indeed true that
    • inmost thoughts, opinions, and feelings are steeped in Christianity.
    • him our attention, we find in his writings great and noble thoughts,
    • may believe in their deepest thoughts that they are doing the best for
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    • — or at best they vaguely sense it with their thoughts, their
    • shall have filled man's innermost thoughts, his innermost ideas and
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    • materialistic thinkers, thought they are concerned with spiritual
    • form, then, could this astral body shape its thoughts? It adapted and
    • that when Christ used images of thought and vented His feeling, He
    • thoughts and feelings were coloured by the thoughts and feelings which
    • its forms of thought. In Persia they did not address the spirits that
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    • thoughts? It had to conform and amalgamate with the individuality that
    • and astral bodies — and consequently His thoughts and feelings
    • were colored by the images of the thoughts and feelings living in the
    • as well as in all that men had experienced when they had thought of
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    • vivacious or intensive in thought and feeling. Love, though certainly
    • thought: If the Sabbath is truly sanctified to God, the souls of men
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    • know something that the other felt and thought vividly, livingly. Love
    • on the hallowed day. Christ Himself harbored the thought, If the Sabbath
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    • ate the bread through the Lord's uplifting His thoughts to God.
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    • thoughts, sensations, and feelings; it lives in the etheric body. Now
    • everything which pertains to our life of thought and knowledge; while
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XI: The Harmonization of the Inner Forces of Man through the Christ-Impulse.
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    • above all things that the ancient sages who thought along these lines
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    • individual would have nothing but his own thoughts, and these would
    • the thoughts of his fellow; and since their feelings would not be
    • still there, but in the region of human thought it was exhausted by
    • degrees. Thus with regard to human scientific thought, the influence
    • understanding for the Christ-impulse in its effect upon human thought.
    • instrument of scientific thought is doomed to a lingering death. Here
    • scientific thought. We see that Aristotle still possessed a relatively
    • thought, and has nothing left of the old treasure. Indeed, we see that
    • Galileo himself could not derive his thought from the Absolute; he
    • could only think the thought of his age. And his greatness is due
    • thought, purely mechanical thought. With Galileo a great revolution in
    • thought takes place. The most ordinary phenomenon of physics was
    • Before Galileo, people thought entirely differently; they were
    • revolutionized human thought and taught men to view the world as a
    • human brain which are the instrument and organ of scientific thought
    • scientific thought. And this is due to the fact that the part of the
    • modicum of thought. But we have an Anthroposophy today; an
    • scientific thought will be rendered supple. This is an example of the
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    • each wants his own thoughts — thoughts that no longer flow out
    • of a unified wisdom — none can understand the other's thoughts;
    • could not think from an absolute background, but only as his age thought;
    • revulsion in thought set in with Galileo: the most commonplace phenomena
    • is that those portions of the human brain, of the thought apparatus, which
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    • into Himself, will be increasingly thought of as“the simple man
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    • for you will understand these thoughts aright only if you reflect upon
    • of these words of Christ form for themselves thought-images which
    • thought of communion with Christ in the human heart, no power of
    • Communion. But by means of these thought-forms this power of
    • Ascension cannot become the object of thought save when the thinker
    • thought.
    • is dependent upon the physical brain as the instrument of thought, who
    • spiritual science guides our mode of thought, far from becoming
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XIV: The Earth as Christ's Body and as a New Light Center.
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    • thoughts which I beg you to listen to with all possible circumspection;
    • create for themselves thought images that attract the body and the blood
    • of the Lord's Supper becomes a reality. Lacking in our hearts the thought
    • such a thought form the attraction is generated. For those, then, who
    • the brain. The miracles of resurrection can be thought only
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture II
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    • strong impulses of thought, feeling and will must work in the soul
    • our feeling of freedom, our love, our energy of thought and our
    • refreshing ideas and thoughts of Anthroposophy give to the soul not
    • thought, which make the soul like tempered steel. If the soul has
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    • passions, or cultivates thoughts of different nature according to the
    • auric cloud, and as different thoughts rise and fade away, its colour
    • world. Our feelings, perceptions and thoughts exist in the physical
    • thought, every idea, is a phenomenon of the physical world. And
    • as follows: Suppose somebody has done an injustice: from thoughts
    • which have led to the unjust act other thought-forms develop as the
    • exists in his astral aura as a form or shape of the nature of thought
    • or of feeling. A thought which is, let us say, distinct, definite,
    • can be seen in sharp outline hovering round a man, and wild thoughts
    • injustice he has certain thoughts and feelings; these forms detach
    • substance. Thus in his own thought-forms a man offers opportunity for
    • phenomena of conscience, memory, feeling, will and thought, a
    • would man's thoughts, feelings and will have been stimulated
    • experience, of thought, of feeling, of conscience, for example, and
    • thought of in the same connection as other occurrences here
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    • soul, in the phenomena of conscience, thought, feeling, and sensation
    • modes of thought. Western thought, in face of the whole task and
    • thought (and its truth is not in any way questioned, only the
    • higher level; or, as we may say, of illuminating Oriental thought by
    • raised, if, in the praying, the gods are thought of.
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    • beauty or to ugliness, to true or to false thought images. Through
    • arose the thought that an outer body must be created by so moral,
    • this thought first arose in Zarathustra, he set himself the task of
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    • conceptions and philosophical thoughts spring up, all fervently
    • continual direction of the feeling, conceptions and thoughts within
    • in spiritual images or thought pictures; so the Christ is not merely
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    • of the physical body again; but it must not be thought that it now
    • you meet a man today who has an evil thought about you (let us say
    • there enters the mind the thought of a certain man whom at the moment
    • was the thought of him in the consciousness before he was seen? It is
    • it ascended into the consciousness as a complete thought. Today man
    • vivid pictures. The Myths are not ‘thought out’ or
    • to her. Then the foundling thought he was wrongly treated and he
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    • thoughts which men may think or have thought, but thoughts according
    • thought, fabricated as it is by the instrument of the brain. He never
    • thought things out intellectually, or reasoned about them; he rose
    • looked all around him at the cosmic totality of the thought of the
    • thoughts of the gods depicted in the design of all things. He had no
    • otherwise make mistakes in linking up chains of thought. If we were
    • so organised that right thoughts coalesced of themselves, we should
    • at the thoughts of the gods, which were right of themselves. He wove
    • around himself an etheric, cosmic net, wove it out of the thoughts of
    • the gods. He looked into this web of thought, which appeared to him
    • thoughts. These feelings are the very highest we can acquire. But we
    • feelings that are to be found on the ethereal heights of thought, we
    • living reality in old Indian thought, the one-ness which was to be
    • spiritual world to the thoughts in the soul of man. Thoughts in the
    • has already attained to the consciousness-soul. Thoughts were then
    • days does not experience his thoughts with the same intensity with
    • thoughts were as vivid in the soul as is today the perception of
    • life visible thoughts; although not thoughts which could be said to
    • thoughts carrying with them a conviction that they had not been
    • living thoughts, which sprang up out of the soul, which were impelled
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    • power of thought in those early times had learned from reality and so
    • themselves were thought to correspond, in a certain sense, with
    • it was then thought necessary to curse will become the centre for
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    • and beings that are connected with the finest thoughts and sentiments
    • logical thought, but the more he familiarized himself with it, the
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    • to conceive, even if with thoughts only approximately adequate, what
    • astral body, in the form of thoughts, feelings and mental pictures,
    • organ of thought’. This organ of thought comprises the sum-total of
    • being of man a kind of inner organ of thought formed from Samskara,
    • and he said: ‘It is this thought-substance that forms in man what is
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    • a system of thought comes into existence for the first time it must
    • innocents’. Has the thought never struck you that those who read
    • You see how necessary it is to devote serious thought to these
    • actual thought-substance out of which the thoughts arise from the
    • ‘Fravashars’, to the ‘world-creative thoughts’
    • pervading the Universe and surrounding us everywhere. For the thoughts
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    • thought. It was known that there were Beings destined to work on the
    • whole Individuality. In the religious thought of Western Asia this
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    • thought to end exactly at the ages specified, but when the second
    • evident in more advanced years. It is usually thought that from a
    • their organ in the sound-ether; our thoughts underlie our words;
    • words are forms of expression for thoughts. These forms of expression
    • of the actual thought-vibrations. The inner essence of all our thoughts,
    • that which endows our thoughts with meaning (Sinn), actually
    • the thought-ether and the sense-ether (‘meaning’-ether) was
    • feeling to thinking — yes, even to the expression of thoughts, to
    • rise into the realm of words and the realm of thoughts. No one
    • individual can form thoughts that are his alone. If thoughts were as
    • thought and ‘meaning’ (Sinn) were withheld from the
    • spiritual heights, casting only a shadow in the physical thoughts and
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    • fervent their enthusiasm may be for Kantian thought and other such
    • already beginning. Because in their desires and their thoughts men
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    • Then the thought occurred to him: In all my dealings with the people
    • and scientific pundits — and the direction of thought that must
    • in the form of thought — and they would recognize the signs
    • difference between wisdom in the form of thought and wisdom as
    • received in the form of thought and idea, but a power that can stream
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    • with the limited faculties of human thought, you will find it stated
    • materialistic thought; but it can be sublimated if he lets his being
    • thought of their heart, took a child and set it by them and said unto
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    • effect partakes of the nature of thought. It represents a
    • mental principle, and the thoughts constitute the subconscious
    • thought. What flows out of the eyes is a thinking in the sentient
    • soul. Real thought substance streams out of the eyes from the
    • sentient soul. This thought substance has far greater elasticity than
    • It is something astral, then, thought substance, that
    • thought process. Two mental efforts must be made, because we have two
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    • Spirits of the various folk individualities. This thought has found
    • proper arises, that is, thought forming. So the order of the
    • it, and we form thoughts about it.
    • sentience, feeling and thought. Were we to continue along this path,
    • subtle one of all which we call pure, logical thought. All this is
    • activity there is really a subconscious thought activity present.
    • Conscious thought activity comes about only in the brain. Well, how
    • must the brain be built in order to make conscious thought activity
    • the senses, conscious thought activity arises. The nerve substance is
    • the outer expression of conscious thought activity.
    • pushed back to make room for a subconscious thought activity
    • the instrumentality of sentience, feeling and conscious thought.
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    • within. Objects don't think for us; they don't show us the thoughts
    • relation of human thought to the outer world. With our sense organs
    • brain and does not emerge. From this it follows that our thoughts
    • permit right thoughts to arise within us. What the outer world can
    • give us is correct sense perception but not right thoughts. Thought
    • thoughts concerning the wisdom of the outside world, but his thoughts
    • perception, so that man could look at his thoughts. That was a form
    • let concepts of things, thoughts about things, rise up in us.
    • who first learns to talk and only later to perceive thoughts. Speech
    • is the premise of thought perception because the sense of sound is
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    • Now must the thought, that bore me once o'er streams and mountain heights
    • Returning thought, in fearsome alienation,
    • Even thought itself can compass not the soul,
    • Even in thought belittled, by his words
    • should stray into thought processes like Schopenhauer's.
    • beauty than in any other way. In seeking the fruits of thought we are
    • health. Continual striving in the realm of thought, during which
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    • was recited at the beginning of this lecture is Poetic Thoughts on
    • thought. We saw that thought itself become poetically creative, as it
    • were, in Hegel. We felt mighty thoughts bearing upon the Mysteries,
    • have the impression that the thought had to struggle to reach that
    • In Hegel, the thought is the motive force. It achieves images only
    • the manifold nature of the soul life. In Hegel we find a thought
    • that the life of the ego can be comprehended only when thought of as
    • thought, but rather, he will prove how readily he can clothe his
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • the total nature of man is thought of as consisting of but two parts,
    • habits of thought prevalent in certain circles have lost the ability
    • from our present-day habits of thought becomes intelligible by
    • we can see why present thought habits prevent us from arriving at the
    • the thought habits of modern science prevented a continuation of that
    • soul of the content of our thought. Any thought content lacking all
    • except the content of thought. But “the red rose is”
    • in a purely spiritual world. In Aristotle there is no thought of a
    • continues to loom into modern thought, as in Brentano, in which
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    • habits of thought, and if a person is unable to penetrate — his
    • thought habits being what they are — into the
    • thoughts from the complicated instrument of the brain. All this we
    • seriously — the assertion that the brain secretes thoughts in
    • from the complicated human brain as thought, in so far as the world
    • of truth is made up of thoughts, were nothing more than the
    • reflected in the brain, and all we have in the way of thoughts are
    • obliged to prove the existence of the spirit, for all thoughts are
    • images of the thought world, but there are innumerable
    • soul, their thoughts, which they deify and project into the world, it
    • merely an outward projection of the unreal world of thought.
    • the thought world as proof of the existence of a god. He argues
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    • you've thought about it you have to admit that the situation actually
    • something and follow this by the deed, with thoughts and deeds
    • affected. The son continually occupied their thoughts, that is, their
    • memory; they thought of him a great deal. One morning they found that
    • speak, the thoughts we frame about objects. The objects are given,
    • visualizations. These thoughts, for the perception of which
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    • be the most powerful force. These thoughts can only be touched upon,
    • inspired man within us. Then this thought can come to us that when we
    • and Science. True, a little thought can show us that a
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    • form of pure thought. Suppose some individuality 2,500 years ago had
    • we call ‘pure thought.’ For the way in which Dr. Unger spoke
    • of the Ego we call the form of pure thought. 2,500 years ago there
    • translating these truths into such thoughts. The Beings who wish to
    • thought — the human race having produced the necessary bodies.
    • would have been no instrument there to translate such thoughts into
    • thought. We will take another example. When a man considers the
    • wisdom can be clothed in the concise forms of pure thought? We owe
    • forms of pure thought, he would not have had the faintest idea what
    • communicating wisdom to them in the form of pure thought, nor could
    • thought. It is very difficult for people of our day to imagine how
    • of pure thought, in crystal-clear thoughts. It was no part of Buddha's
    • mission to build up thoughts, to add one clear thought to another. His
    • showing itself, in mankind to-day, as the faculty of logical thought.
    • for man to express himself in forms of pure thought; for logical
    • thought itself only developed as time went on. What Buddha
    • which now appear as pure thought. It is therefore easy to see that the
    • conscious forces, and will then appear in the form of thought. If that
    • that the forces of thought could penetrate it, in somewhat the same
    • sentient soul and instill into it, so to speak, the power of thought,
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    • thoughts of a man and his present and future experiences.
    • supposed to be a sack, into which one can stuff whatever is thought to
    • a line of thought which must lead to such errors — we must admit
    • point is, not that we should know a few single abstract thoughts, but
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • thought that man can take in the Divine in his Ego-being and that this
    • thinking as was thought by the Being Who offered Himself in sacrifice
    • place if men thought as follows, and Christ Jesus radiated it forth as
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    • materialistic thought that they have altogether lost the faculty of
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    • we should take every one of the thoughts given us by Spiritual Science
    • such thoughts in the same superficial way as other thoughts and
    • thoughts of Spiritual Science must be taken as earnestly as possible.
    • Therefore such a thought as that often spoken of and which indeed
    • not simply be taken as an abstract thought, for in its content it is
    • thoughts, than it is to train a female brain for the same purpose.
    • to free itself from certain thoughts which it has absorbed. Hence
    • order that thought should descend more and more into materiality. With
    • which even the most arid and driest thoughts of the Buchner school
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    • world, that as regards their thoughts and feelings they are already in
    • that world and are therefore able, by means of those thoughts and
    • some slight extent grasp the great thoughts of the guiding Cosmic
    • their thoughts, into their most subtle and intimate thoughts. So we
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    • that lecture. I will only put its principal thoughts before you. The
    • be supposed to represent the science and thought of the day, —
    • possible in these days for human thought to travel along such crooked
    • not the result of their logical thought, but of their feelings and
    • that we are already living in an age when the thought of its most
    • above materialism, the mode of thought prevailing in science has not
    • thought or of its methods of coming to conclusions. When we think of
    • swearing by what she thought when she lived on the physical plane, and
    • Theosophy comes into close contact with the thoughts which led to the
    • materialistic habit of thought.
    • more thoughtful, they will have an inner picture of the deed. At first
    • is right that we should devote ourselves to thoughts such as these, on
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    • mind and the whole manner of theosophical thought; and we will relate
    • effort, it demands thought and work. It means that one must really set
    • and the ordinary methods of thought? In other words: Does the
    • prevalent in the world to-day, and to develop his world of thought in
    • to learn how to think the thoughts with greater exactitude, came and
    • outlines the thoughts that were being given him. Not many weeks
    • saw no need to wade through long trains of thought in order to prove
    • the same time the physical powers of thought, those faculties of
    • epoch when conscious thought must be developed, just as in the
    • through the medium of thought, of logic, of discrimination, who can
    • set to work to acquire just these very faculties of genuine thought.
    • think, to picture something in thoughts in which there is the
    • thoughts, it had first to be cultivated by human beings on the
    • physical plane. The only possible means of cultivating thoughts on the
    • thoughts of men on the physical plane have a character which is
    • through them in the form of thought what they had had in the higher
    • taken form in thought, if man had not been able to give it this form.
    • of thought. If this is realised, all the rest follows from it.
    • the higher worlds as thoughts. Thoughts are the best vehicle for the
    • own thought and he can at once discriminate and know whether it is or
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    • spiritual being; for he was of the view, that what lives as thought in
    • spiritually, because thoughts are realities. Space then fills itself
    • out with a dark cloud, if one forms the thought: Good vibrations are
    • the method of thought is more important than the theories — that
    • from it, as if through anthroposophical thoughts, their ego would
    • anthroposophical thoughts. That crystallises a spiritual substance in
    • these anthroposophical thoughts and way of thinking man develops this
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    • thought, at the hand of external sense-reality, it is this which
    • will see how I can win an all-embracing thought. And when I comprise
    • what I see in the outer world with an all-embracing thought, bringing
    • it into one single thought, then I will name that which the outer
    • thought.
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    • thoughts, ideas, and knowledge he has thereby acquired to work upon
    • riddles of life, the mysteries of existence. Indeed, these thoughts
    • become thoughtfully absorbed in contemplation of this fact of
    • to combine thoughts. The ability to form judgments gradually emerged,
    • mysteries, let us not regard them thoughtlessly as one is likely to
    • able to rise to such thoughts as have been uttered here today if it
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    • then allows the various ideas and thoughts and items of knowledge
    • to transfer yourselves in thought to that time, you would realise that
    • kind, let us not treat them as thoughtlessly as certain
    • possible to rise to thoughts such as have been voiced to-day if they
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    • thoughts we should realise, deep in our inmost being, that as
    • not less important than the man who thought out the plan of
    • possibly can. We must master the thought that we have within
    • theorize. It might be thought that the best kind of
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    • the starry heavens will he be deterred by the thought that this
    • in the nineteenth century from the way it thought in the eighteenth,
    • arrive at the thoughts expressed in his Kraft und Stoff, it was
    • enhancement of Büchnerian thought, and that would be a terrible
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    • thought that he wished to become Tauler's pupil. But he soon became his
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    • later incarnation will find these thoughts somewhat consoling.
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    • AS AWAKENERS of ancient memories, festivals turn our thoughts and
    • thoughts that link us to all that our souls held holy in distant ages.
    • But other thoughts also are roused through the understanding of the
    • content of these festivals, thoughts which turn our eyes to the future
    • that man must let the thought rise in him that he may hope that he is
    • lead us up again into the spiritual, heavenly world. To this thought
    • show, by citing single instances, that the thought of reincarnation is
    • Christianity, which for centuries harboured no thoughts of
    • thoughts. In this connection it is entirely useless to put together
    • other thought, that only through repeated earthly lives can man so
    • Thus we see that the thought which must next be added to Christianity
    • out of spiritual revelation is the thought of reincarnation, born from
    • right understanding of the Christian Whitsun thought we can justify
    • understand the Whitsun thought. And then there comes before us the
    • the thought of peace, of love, of harmony, which lies in the Whitsun
    • thought. And we feel this Whitsun thought enlivening our Whitsun
    • eternity. And in the Whitsun thought we truly realise the power of
    • them as a Whitsun thought, handed on from epoch to epoch, in the words
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    • to turn his attention away from all that, to form thoughts whereby he
    • during waking life, the Mercury influences, work in a man's thoughts,
    • thought, turn again to the outer world and relate ourselves to it by
    • working in thought upon the impressions I have received. If now I say
    • work over in thought the impressions of the outer world, but to relate
    • thought will then not seem absurd that mighty forces are operating in
    • during the day and night. As the outcome of such thoughts the same
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    • thoughts: “When I behold what I am and compare it with what the
    • thoughts which lead beyond the realm of ordinary experience can it
    • feelings must be quickened through thoughts. You will realise then
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    • thoughts. All our earlier efforts to shape the letters have been
    • thought that can be expressed as follows: How would it have been if
    • We have now been led in thought through the region that may be called
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    • guidance even in his thoughts and feelings, in order to be able to
    • teacher's thoughts and to become a kind of external object to himself.
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    • that has given my thought this particular trend? Would my thinking
    • be thought of as designations of offices. If we speak of Spirits of
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    • lightning and you are terrified. No external thought intervenes
    • learning to write we cannot express our thoughts through writing; we
    • Human and Cosmic Thought. Four lectures given in Berlin,
    • monistic thought. Such thinking must be widened through proceeding
    • been experienced with the heart and must be cast into forms of thought
    • completely they may be cast into forms of thought, they are tinged
    • experiences into terms of logical thought, we feel as if we were
    • thoughts. When anyone wants to communicate to other human beings what
    • translate it into logical thoughts. But logical thoughts are merely
    • hear only words; they convey no thoughts to me.” That may be the
    • is incapable of advancing from the words to the thoughts. It may be
    • thoughts that fail to convey to others any evidence of the thinking of
    • incapable of detecting truths behind the thoughts which are like words
    • must be able to be cast into clearly formulated thoughts. If this is
    • defined thoughts. Thus even when we hear the deepest truths of the
    • them the thought-forms and their content. The student of Spiritual
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    • in thought of bygone time, but like vision. Between what at present
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    • If we extend this thought, the question arises: Did this other planet,
    • possible for his astral body and Ego to develop. Our thought is
    • feelings and the configuration of thoughts are carried into the sounds
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    • them. Indeed, the matter has gone so far that the thoughts of a great
    • external senses and by his speculative thought. We find a phenomenon
    • human thought invents and imagines. Abstractly one can think anything,
    • materialistic thought held sway, one could not have the right
    • confusion of thought, compare what the animal experiences as its fate,
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    • karma, but owing to the contrary nature of present currents of thought
    • was quite natural the room should be full of flies, and I thought so
    • incarnation has thought, felt and acted very egotistically, sees
    • before him after death the fruits of his egotistic thoughts, feelings
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    • his soul in kamaloca, and in his soul is formed the thought (the
    • dominance of your emotions.’ This thought becomes an integral
    • it contains many such thoughts waiting to be balanced, and that these
    • manifold thoughts and tendencies cross one another, making the human
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    • the nihilistic current of thought by saying that it not merely
    • thoughts into the deeper forces of our organism, consists in the fact
    • thought he could order his life through inner meditation how to act in
    • sentiment and thought and also the development of what we call the
    • profound psychological thought will never from this evolve a general
    • that in this case thought is not sufficient, and that we face a
    • critical moment in our thought life. Thinking is trapped as in a
    • thought maze. Then the ahrimanic principle seizes the occasion to
    • Pisa, we can spin a thought-net embracing all these events whereby the
    • the moment we arrive at the oscillating church lamp, our thoughts
    • penetrate us with the greatest strength, and here our thought refuses
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    • So we see how earlier thoughts, sensations, and feelings affect the
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    • use it for more flexible lines of thought. It refuses to follow and
    • degree and if it is to deal with the finer channels of thought, it
    • thought is expended in a wide circumference, facts are concentrated
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    • removed from the science and the present thought of today and which
    • suitable words to express thoughts of this kind.
    • therefore turn away their thoughts from it. In such an age — or
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    • have done, thought and felt in the incarnations preceding our own, and
    • being. The one cannot be thought of without the other. In order that
    • our thought only to the traditional, historical documents of humanity,
    • now clothed and the train of thought which we are able to give out
    • today from our Anthroposophical thought, feeling and will, are
    • thought and that our successors will express their experiences of
    • Have you never thought why it is that in the Bible History of the
    • conclusion that we make good again everything that we did and thought
    • departments of the soul, in Thought, Feeling and Will. If we
    • thought, feeling and will, into our whole life, so that one should be
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    • human thought, feeling and perception.
    • openly and honestly to form the thought, that there are beings who do
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    • which physical events and human thought were brought together, by
    • certain tendency to thought. Hence the thought of man at the
    • distinct kind of thought. This is connected with the delicate
    • formations of thought, with inner constellations. Here the belated
    • work within man and produce a certain kind of thought, a quite
    • thought manifests itself physically from within, just as in the
    • remained behind as Spirit of Form. Thus in the method of thought
    • just named as the Thought-Spirits, those who during the old
    • thought enter into reciprocal relations, that not only the Spirits
    • and also with the Thought-spirits who work into the thoughts of man.
    • Personality who from within govern the work of thought in a
    • Spirits who work inwardly as Spirits of the Thought-forces, an
    • this, there worked in as an additional impulse the kind of thought
    • again the unique Indian philosophy, which as creative thought acting
    • world, also rests upon it; the inner completeness of thought
    • trains of thought, which take the peculiar form they do, because they
    • each thought was actually absorbed by the temperament of the people
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    • The Spirits of Language and of Modes of Thought.
    • The Spirits of Language and of Modes of Thought.
    • external events and human thought which would explain how the
    • thought. Hence the thought-life of man at different epochs is
    • of thought. This depends upon the delicate configurations of the
    • thought-life, upon its inner patterns. Here the backward Spirits of
    • action, but he is impelled as if by inner forces, so that thought
    • are the Spirits whom we called the ‘Thought Spirits’, who
    • thought, by the reciprocal relationship not only between the Spirits
    • Spirits of language and also with the Spirits of thought who work
    • into the thoughts of man. Within man there are not only normal and
    • of thought of a particular epoch. I have already mentioned that I
    • Thought-forces. The far-reaching consequences of this agreement are
    • thought expressive of the inner life, is unsurpassed by any other
    • people, and it also explains the inner perfection of thought so
    • infinitely fascinating to follow up these trains of thought which
    • because every thought was literally assimilated by the temperament of
    • intuitively the thought-life to the people. We shall really
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    • out the following in thought. What I am now drawing is only drawn to
    • represent the thought. In this figure you have strict proof that the
    • figure in thought, without externally drawing it. You thus perform an
    • operation in pure thought, by the power of your own inner being; you
    • away, and space as being constructed in thought, then in this space
    • thought to the matter. The man who only feels and does not think, may
    • aesthetic, ideal thoughts. just as the outlook of man is closed as it
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    • a symbolic representation of the thought.)
    • an operation in pure thought by the power of your own inner activity;
    • creation of thought; then, in this space, the sum-total of the angles
    • if our sentient responses, our joys and sorrows and our thought-life
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    • other the human will. This is so to be thought of that if there had
    • the power of thought. So that the three preceding incarnations of our
    • a similar way with the astral body and with Thought.
    • that which is reflected in our element of thought, in our astrality,
    • as the inner element of Thought.
    • element of Thought, — with that, therefore, which is in the
    • order that he may bring about this balance between thought, feeling,
    • fabric of thought, feeling, and will. Everyone who possesses a little
    • thought, feeling and will within himself, by means of which he can
    • equilibrium between thought, feeling and will signifies.
    • This co-operation of the elements of thought, feeling
    • then in the first place characterized will, feeling and thought, and
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    • was related to the astral body of man and the inner life of thought.
    • thought. Thus, each of the three preceding incarnations of our Earth
    • associated with the astral body and the inner life of Thought.
    • endow us with the astral body and the inner life of Thought. What,
    • chiefly with that of the element of Thought — with the astral
    • patchwork of thought, feeling and will. Everyone who possesses a
    • thought, feeling and will within himself by means of which he himself
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    • synthetic thought is the greatest imaginable in the Kabbalistic
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    • thought which is illustrated by Cabbalism is unsurpassed precisely
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    • Powers or Spirits of Form, whom they thought of collectively as
    • in olden times was thought of as being much more closely related to
    • North, out of the cool domain of the spirit, are woven the thoughts
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    • olden times was thought to be much more closely related to language
    • who gave the power of thought and Lödur who gave that which is
    • thoughts are woven and whence the body is supplied with the twelve
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    • the thoughts of the freedom and independence of man can be traced
    • Naturally all persons of the present day whose thoughts are
    • Hence there came to him a thought of very great and far-reaching
    • and cause of his evolution, and should thoughtfully accept what he
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    • reality, he saw that the thoughts of the freedom and independence of
    • into the spiritual world. Hence there arose in him a thought of
    • and cause of his evolution. He should thoughtfully assimilate what he
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    • abstract scientist are mere thoughts, to him were the great, mighty
    • Spiritual Soul in what seems to be the simplest of thoughts, the
    • thought ‘I am,’ which is the starting-point of Fichte's
    • understood. Solovioff recognizes that two Will-centers must be thought
    • within His three bodies the capacities of feeling, thought and will.
    • essential point is that the State is thought of in all the
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    • abstract theorist are mere thoughts, were to him great, mighty
    • clothed seemingly in the barest of thoughts, the thought of “I
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    • the North were once upon a time specially beloved gods, were thought
    • has been implanted, inoculated into the thoughts and feelings of this
    • anthroposophical thought and feeling and of anthroposophical ideals.
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    • united under the banner of Anthroposophical thought and feeling and
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    • separation of sun and earth, and picture it to ourselves in thoughts
    • it, you can only liken it to the thought-life you are able to bring
    • thought occur, a man who muses about two different kinds of thing.
    • Suppose that one kind of thought is the picture either of some
    • have elements both of thought and of desire coming up in our souls
    • just been describing — a pure thought-element and an element of
    • one of the nature of thought or ideation, that is, one which
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    • may be compared with the thoughts which can arise in us; the other is
    • soul-spiritual activity. I have likened it to the thoughts which are
    • your own when on awakening you call up thoughts in your souls. You
    • can contemplate those thoughts, you can say what they are. You can
    • the ancient Hebrew sage when he thought about this primeval
    • our thought permeates the sound which our mouth utters, thereby
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    • are, limited to the creation of thought forms. Because the meditative
    • thought, but it forms and creates existence.
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    • at night. His world of thought and feeling sinks into oblivion, he
    • passes into the condition of sleep. Suppose that the last thought he
    • This thought sinks into oblivion. In the morning the thought of the
    • thought would be there. You must distinguish between two things. The
    • from whom this creative thought springs; but in what arises to meet
    • yourselves familiar with such ideas. You must get used to the thought
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    • post-Atlantean thought.
    • thought of as the calm, as yet undisturbed flow of cosmic
    • originally so. I said that in ancient Persian thought,
    • the battle between Good and Evil. So in the thought of
    • all such matters, certain modes of thought current at the
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    • experiences, thoughts and mental concepts, which actually
    • human form, as thought of the Divine. In actual fact, and
    • could rise to actual thought of the Divine,
    • thought required a physical instrument and
    • relation of this thought or concept of the Divine to the
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    • thought or concept of the Divine — the physical
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    • altogether different from what is usually thought. Many
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    • modern age ought really to give a little thought to the
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    • methods of thought may lead to absurdity.
    • us turn our thoughts to the culminating event narrated in
    • Resurrection must never be thought of in the usual,
    • it not be thought that Christ can be understood by means
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    • in the spiritual world” can order his life, his thoughts,
    • express it in thought that can be grasped by sound logic and a
    • truth, there is always another thought, namely this: — Of the
    • time we were inspired by the thought that we must draw near, and
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    • of contemporary thought. During the course of the last few
    • life, his thoughts, his feelings and his perceptions in
    • different thought, namely that only what is true can flourish
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    • things without much thought) see nothing more in this fact than the
    • “But my thoughts, my will and desires, my preceptions, do these
    • not really within these. How little we are within our thoughts in
    • thought is dependent on education, and on what we have acquired at
    • following — at some period of your lives you grasp a thought or
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    • at some period in your life you grasp a thought, an idea. You
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    • thought that what was written on paper could not be the same as what
    • India and their pupils if you thought they did not communicate the
    • to increase it, but at the time of Zarathustra, thoughts had first to
    • thoughts. But human conceptions had first to be found, and into them
    • that it might assume forms that thought could grasp on the physical
    • thought-forms of the physical plane.
    • men's thoughts. The greater part of what is called philosophy
    • was a spiritual reality in the fabric of human thoughts. But a couple
    • being led back to what is spiritual; but because men's thoughts
    • we must break with those ordinary methods of thought which deal
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    • post-Atlantean epoch to an end may be thought of as a
    • forms of thought employed on the physical plane. This was the
    • forms of thought applicable to the physical plane. In the
    • individual would have been struck by the thought as to
    • our thought, and offer it up again at the altars of the gods.
    • shall have to rid ourselves of the mode of thought which
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    • not be thought of as a man in the ordinary sense — took
    • thought to the nature of John the Baptist's own
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    • superficial modern thought has no inclination to concern
    • for their novels. Why, they thought, should they not find
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    • to be thought that every discovery of a new scientific truth
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    • I originally thought
    • external world. If you carry out these thoughts you must acknowledge
    • clairvoyantly it is seen that he has feelings, thoughts, and powers
    • of will very different from the feelings, thoughts and will-impulses
    • through our thoughts, perceptions and feelings. In this case we take
    • takes place there. Present day methods of thought do not grasp such
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    • originally thought that during the winter it would be
    • thoughts through to their conclusion you will have to agree
    • shall now briefly describe must be thought of as belonging to
    • thought which will be quite different from those developing
    • mind to grasp such a thought. If we say that the events
    • and founders of religious thought in the Northern stream —
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    • understanding of them everything in the way of thoughts and ideas
    • the course of many years. Only such thoughts can show us what is
    • ourselves familiar with the thought, that in man, as he comes before
    • thought at a time not so very long ago. But because the scientists
    • thought differently, that their words and their relation-ships to
    • present, were you to carry this thought further and picture it
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    • real meaning we must bring together all the thoughts and
    • Exousiai upwards. Language and current modes of thought
    • of thought, ideas, and so on, but they do not work through
    • thought that man as he stands before us is a Microcosm, and
    • how people thought in a past not so very far distant.
    • is by no means how people thought in the days of Orpheus. The
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    • thoughts and ideals rise far above what they are able to attain in
    • clearly before you: the idealist is one whose intentions and thoughts
    • of this we can say: his thoughts and views are narrower, more
    • passion, or desire, has not thoughts capable of grasping the result
    • power of thought. His intentions and thoughts are therefore narrower,
    • more far-reaching than our thoughts, this activity always casts a
    • the etheric body, thoughts that are greater than the fulfilment of
    • them. This means thoughts that are the outcome of idealism, that are
    • other reflections springing from thoughts which transcend our
    • transcending action by idealistic thought. In ordinary life such
    • find that thoughts which are more noble than the actions connected
    • thoughts transcend their various experiences, and others whose
    • thoughts lag behind their experiences, but we have a large number of
    • experiences which our thoughts only grasp with the greatest
    • power to enter into them with our thoughts. (Here it is only possible
    • to hint how thoughts and ideas can be brought into this realm.) It is
    • man's actions is carried out in a way that thought cannot
    • follow, and others so that thoughts and ideas have a wider range than
    • thoughts surpass the measure of our deeds.
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    • spiritual-scientific thought, will always fail to understand
    • those others whose purposes, thoughts and ideals infinitely
    • that his thoughts are loftier than his deeds.
    • thoughts are of less account than his actions. A man who acts
    • lacks the quality of thought that would be capable of
    • moment; happenings to which he gives no thought at all ensue
    • thoughts are narrower in scope and more restricted than his
    • thoughts, this deed always casts a reflected image, a
    • springing from thoughts that are loftier than our actions
    • experience how idealistic thought can be loftier than
    • thoughts leave impressions which manifest themselves in later
    • individuals who are idealists, whose thoughts are loftier
    • than a particular experience there are others whose thoughts
    • very many experiences which can be grasped in thought only
    • learn to penetrate them with our thoughts. I can do no more
    • than indicate here how thoughts and ideas can penetrate into
    • very few people indeed can develop adequate thoughts about
    • in some cases the thoughts cannot keep abreast of the actions
    • and in others the range of the thoughts and ideals is greater
    • thoughts transcend the range of many of our actions.
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    • But when they shall lead you, and deliver you up, take no thought beforehand what ye shall speak, neither do ye premeditate: but whatsoever shall be given you in that hour, that speak ye: for it is not ye that speak, but the Holy Ghost.
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    • new order of ideas and thoughts is gradually emerging, though the
    • thoughts this evening as will enable you to carry somewhat further
    • thoughts and feelings of the age immediately preceding it, it is well
    • connection has to be thought of. We have but to recall the symbol of
    • Christian religion and the symbol of the sun; but where thoughts are
    • worldly events. Hence many of the thoughts and ideas found among the
    • a matter of intellectual research, of a combining of thought, so that
    • whole method of thought, the manner in which different religious
    • thought and science entered even into the cloisters of Western
    • Buddhistic stream of thought is another far removed from it, which
    • remarks are intended to act as a stimulus to thoughts on human
    • of thought, such as those of reincarnation and karma, and all that
    • to-day as a stimulus to further thought.
    • it was objected, with a certain amount of truth, that he thought too
    • thoughts to-day which make it necessary for us to grasp the new facts
    • some such change takes place in human thought and feeling as I have
    • air. We must learn to live with our thoughts within those facts which
    • the physical plane produces. Anyone who rejects these thoughts is
    • faculties, whose thoughts have evolved to a new wait of accepting
    • world-wide streams of thought — the one should bring us a deeper
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    • that thoughts and ideas of a new kind are emerging, although
    • away material for thought which will help us to carry our
    • Christ-idea, arose out of thoughts and feelings of the
    • the thoughts and ideas current among the Egyptians,
    • interchange of thought. If you are conversant merely with the
    • brief, disconnected remarks intended to stimulate thought
    • thought. Again I cannot go into detail, but it will become
    • nowadays is saturated with thoughts which make it necessary
    • encountered; for in periods when two such streams of thought
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    • certainty of life. We may therefore add to the thoughts put forward
    • thoughts nourishment for other souls. This depends upon the whole
    • thoughts and ideas which can set the spiritual life before your eyes.
    • turned into thought-forms, into feelings and perceptions, thus they
    • mantles. And to the souls that then received the thought-form of the
    • thought-forms, so that such souls are to-day ripe enough to listen to
    • conquer heaven with the aid of materialistic thoughts — as
    • was in the year 1831. All these thoughts lived in the soul of a man
    • through the world giving rise to thought-forms so that souls might
    • of the three mantles. By this means thought-forms are built up which
    • thought-forms in Western culture came from the same source, and
    • thoughts we would impress on your souls at the present time, being
    • spiritual guidance of mankind. When we allow such thoughts to work
    • independent of the actual words with which these thoughts have been
    • thoughts are expressed, and this reality can live in every soul. For
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    • I can speak of this spread of spiritual-scientific thought in
    • spiritual thoughts into real nourishment for our souls. You
    • feelings and perceptions were converted into thoughts and
    • the soul through the thought-forms they created; and the
    • thought-forms that would enable souls in our own day to have
    • these pictures thought-forms may come into being and live in
    • culture thought-forms expressing in pictures the same
    • thought to be active in our souls it will be an impulse in us
    • reality in the thought that matters, not the form in which it
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    • Empedocles distinguishes only four elements. He thought that various
    • combine. As a result of these thoughts he felt the strong desire to
    • ordinary thought, sears and burns the clairvoyant manner of looking
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    • human heart as a commemorative thought of the greatest impulse which
    • souls, as a result of being filled with the thought: “The time of
    • days. The memory and the thought of the great periods of humanity were
    • this event that our thoughts should be directed during this festival
    • perhaps not have thought so at other times: really roguish
    • memories and thoughts of the greatest event of human evolution, this
    • Spiritual Science the thought of a new Christmas mood of
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    • Impulse were to be kindled by the thought of the Christ
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    • to the death of Eabani. Gilgamish is now alone. A thought comes to him
    • he has experienced, he becomes conscious for the first time of the thought
    • that man is mortal; a thought to which he had previously paid no heed
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    • thought. There has recently been published a book which sets out to
    • misty, they thought that horse and rider were a single form. With all
    • the earlier peoples inevitably thought of the spiritual being of man
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    • as our life of thought and ideation. Since the Egyptian period, man
    • of a Greek work of art we were not able to efface the thought that the
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    • In their thought and spiritual
    • way of living not in thought alone, but in the very soul and spirit,
    • of a certain hiatus between the thought and the spoken word. How can
    • means of expression for what is being thought This is evident from the
    • thought and at the same time with a particular sound.
    • remarkable to see the unusual thoughts and feelings which arise in people
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    • entirely within himself, it must not be thought that such things need
    • they have thought of all those whom we described as the instruments
    • human intellect, transposed into beauty and grandeur. They are the thoughts
    • us once again, but now transposed into intellectuality, in the thoughts
    • element, the thoughts coined by Galileo in the intellectual forms of
    • aphoristic and isolated thoughts that have been presented in connection
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    • furthers it. Those who are of this opinion share the following thoughts.
    • through an immoral thought, an immoral action or attitude he brings
    • It is really a simple thought, yet people have a difficult time grasping it.
    • impress such thoughts upon our culture; let one try with these thoughts to
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    • We will concern ourselves with certain thoughts which throw light on
    • allege — give no thought to concepts such as those of Sin and Grace
    • divine-spiritual thoughts, feelings and will-impulses. Man was nearer
    • is significant because even if we give no thought to it, we are
    • kind. Anyone who gives a little thought to this — he need not be
    • Our thoughts cannot carry us into the true spiritual worlds because
    • they have no life. Not until we cease to regard these thoughts as our
    • to men, shall we rightly understand these thoughts. Then, as truly as
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    • the Christmas Tree became a symbol of the thoughts and feelings which
    • upon to feel anew a reality of which it is thought that it could
    • thought of man's origin in earth-evolution, his origin in Adam and
    • birth with remembrance of Adam and Eve gave emphasis to the thought
    • we have the Easter thought, equally a source of hope and confidence
    • cosmic worlds as in the Easter thought. Turning to the source to be
    • find the thought which in rather different words has been expressed in
    • Christmas thought — if we understand the festival which commemorates
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    • thoughts about our work to pass through a period of development of
    • to follow, I may perhaps be allowed to link this thought with
    • that it will be thought a bold assertion, but it is at any rate not
    • coloured by a turn of thought which does not impress us
    • What kind of thoughts
    • hearts the thought of an impulse to which we have often alluded in
    • there resounds to us today the secret thought: ‘If Europe is
    • thought springing from the most sober and objective conviction. If I
    • assimilation of thought. Today we can only learn what things were
    • thing. Thus we do what we have to do without giving a thought to the
    • understand that the spiritual thought which lives in their souls has
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    • I tried to give you some idea of the way the Greeks thought about the
    • and the sacrifice of Iphigenia expresses this thought for us. Such
    • a thoughtful person will naturally reflect that such movements do not
    • thought even of people as recent as the Greeks. When the modern man
    • of Greek thought in the matter, that originally the gods bestowed
    • labyrinth of thought, the threads which have to weave our knowledge
    • or as in modern intellectualism, we move from thought to thought as
    • brought to consciousness through the ether body. A thought,
    • we have astral bodies. But these thoughts and images become conscious
    • key and the coil of rope, typifying the labyrinth of thought. The
    • in her thought, all the knowledge of the spiritual nature of man
    • only express them by clothing them in abstract thought, but all this
    • is the force which was first prepared as conscious thought in the old
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    • very short-sighted, it scarcely gives a thought to anything beyond
    • ‘nature’ simply did not exist for Greek thought. You have
    • ‘nature’ if you wish to enter into the thought of ancient
    • there emerge specific thoughts relating to something or other —
    • in other words, thought flashes up within our souls. It is an
    • in ourselves thought is born out of the rest of our soul-life. Those
    • Spiritual Science. The same forces which cause thoughts to light up
    • man, they cause thought to flash up out of the indefinite. Of course
    • that he felt working within him the forces which caused thought to
    • ‘If there are psychic forces within me which cause thought to
    • bring forth thought?’ For the ancient Greek it was a spiritual
    • the feeling that the forces which cause thought to light up in us are
    • in us thoughts, ideas — the forces which call forth all that
    • thought of as Zeus, and which is the cosmic counterpart of our astral
    • what lights up in us momentarily or for a short time as thought, as
    • something quite different from the momentary thought, that is what
    • meteorology in such terms he would have thought as senseless as it
    • in the nature of transitory thought and idea, thought which arises in
    • thought in the sense that it leads its own isolated thought-existence
    • thought or the mere sentiment to an impulse of will, it is the prime
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    • outset of this course that the Greeks thought of the whole of Nature
    • — whom he really thought of as quite remote from human nature.
    • distinguish the one from the other. All the materialistic thought of
    • could in the future incarnate in the flesh is a thought which comes
    • thought when they spoke of Dionysos. This will serve to build a
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    • they did not of course express outwardly in thought such as ours, it
    • power behind this world-picture, behind the thoughts and imagery
    • to the thought which formed the starting point of this lecture, the
    • technology, whether you look at the kind of thought which has come
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    • the thought and feeling of ancient Greece was really like, we find
    • life, and we shall get no further unless we give some thought to this
    • which comes to us from Greek thought. That is what man would look
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    • tribulations, we must first give some thought to what modern
    • his thoughts but he would not be aware of them. The whole endeavour
    • all the thoughts which I have indicated diagrammatically by these
    • circles are to be found. These thoughts do not enter into the brain
    • in our soul-life. Within the brain there is absolutely no thought;
    • there is no more of thought in the brain than there is of you in the
    • the instrument, not indeed for producing thought but for
    • reflecting it. In other words, before a single thought of a single
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    • repay. And then there comes to us a thought which might well rob us
    • thought of myself, I don't want anything for myself,’ and
    • as the instrument for thought. As an instrument for knowledge the
    • only be able to think thoughts connected with the inner needs of his
    • able to think thoughts connected with his own bodily needs, he would
    • about thoughts. Thinking is a process which goes on in us, and while
    • draws us upward and causes our thoughts all the time to envelop our
    • souls. Now man with his thoughts, even as a being of soul, is still
    • capable not only of grasping his thought purely as thought, but that
    • the human soul was so strong that what it thought immediately became
    • a being. Imagine that we were to give birth to our thoughts as
    • beings, that whenever we grasped a thought it straightaway existed.
    • Imagine that we were not just to think thoughts, but that with each
    • thought we were to bring forth a being! Then you would have grasped
    • among them before Saturn, represented themselves; they thought. But
    • their thoughts were not like human thoughts, which we have to
    • categories of gods; one of them is the thought-world of the other, is
    • in fact related to the other as our thoughts are related to our real
    • merely the thoughts of the others? Because of certain characteristics
    • themselves with the Luciferic beings as cosmic thoughts, or cosmic
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    • into you and is reflected, is your thought, your conscious feeling,
    • drawn into him, must be thought of more explicitly as an incoming of
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    • come to consciousness as our thoughts about the world. But in ancient
    • that when a thought of Zeus or of Dionysos came before the soul, this
    • thought was full of the living sap of reality. Admittedly this really
    • Greek thoughts about their gods contained far more reality than the
    • thought-forms of modern times. If I represent the thoughts of the
    • the thoughts of the man of today as far more thinly filled with
    • entanglement in maya as in the thought-forms of present-day
    • by the thought: ‘You are actually the aim and goal of the gods.
    • idea; if we try to reach the lower gods, all thought abandons us
    • thought-out atoms have no existence. Atoms there can be
    • thought-out cosmology leads to something which no longer has any real
    • two realms meet. Our thoughts about the world unite with the
    • descend. Will-filled thoughts, willing thoughts! Thereby we are no
    • longer in the presence of abstract thoughts, but of cosmic thoughts,
    • thoughts which are themselves creative, thoughts which can will.
    • Willing thoughts — but that means divine Beings, spiritual
    • Beings, for thoughts filled with will are spiritual Beings.
    • thoughts which would otherwise evaporate and which now receive
    • the widths of space as thoughts filled with will, which means real
    • thoughts, thoughts filled with being. But if in this way our
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    • entertained thoughts which led him to believe that knowledge
    • matter. It is refreshing to find something like a new thought
    • not combine them in thought. A considerable amount of courage
    • is needed to develop a system of thought embracing the series
    • that the train of thought of a scientist might be expressed
    • yet absolute materialists in their mode of thought. I might
    • a school of thought in Vienna, the so-called Freud school;
    • living spirit first implanted in the objects the thoughts
    • face of all philological thought — the word “to
    • dilemma, than the use of such a word to avoid exact thought.
    • a position to formulate such a thought at all, must also
    • of ruling thoughts. As if abstract thought could possibly
    • have any influence! Unless we ascribe will to those thoughts,
    • mode of thought. Thinkers who penetrate deeply into the
    • to a sick-bed and during that time wrote down the thoughts
    • fructify the thoughts regarding the world, by his own gift of
    • from the mere theory of some school of thought; it led
    • will follow here as an example of the thoughts collected by
    • know what really lives in the thought of men; let us imagine
    • can see how Goethe worked in thought and also in deed with
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    • world, our sense impressions and our thoughts intermingle. And at
    • thoughts on the external world. If, for instance, someone can think
    • thoughts of this kind. For of course nobody can have external
    • whole intellect. When we go to sleep at night all our thought pictures
    • leaves his thoughts behind in the etheric body and does not return to
    • Now, in order to arrive at a thought that can be fertile for us, I
    • in the inner life than that of the mere having of thoughts. It is
    • thoughts is on a lower level of soul life than pleasure in or aversion
    • would have been impossible for anyone to have thought it possible to
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    • thought that speaks out of every book to be found even in the lowliest
    • cottage? Where does all this abstract thought life in Europe come
    • Those people who give careful thought to the reading of, for instance,
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    • penetrating, most significant, thoughts conceived in our present
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    • they thought. They did not produce thoughts from out of themselves
    • knowledge of their age and the twelve tendencies of thought, came
    • instance in thunder and lightning. And they saw the forces of thought
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    • the thought: you were actually facing a crisis then, a karmic crisis;
    • thought: human nature is perpetually destroying itself through
    • noble thoughts that turn him towards the spirit. It was a matter of
    • bringing his thoughts to a higher level of development. The medieval
    • thousands of years in the same way as noble thoughts work in me. I am
    • praying to the thoughts of the gods, the thoughts of divine spiritual
    • the thoughts and the love of the gods, and the gods' willingness to
    • These soul processes called forth in him divine thoughts, divine love
    • that when he produced a salt process, noble, purifying thoughts arose
    • it became the colour of copper — pure, divine thoughts —
    • was forming, the thoughts and experiences within him. Therefore there
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    • the action had been preceded by thought no blow need have been struck.
    • only ideation, a process in the life of thought from which all
    • conscious will is absent; in the other there is no thought, no
    • first pole is complete surrender to contemplation, to thought, in
    • will without thought. These facts are revealed simply by observation
    • better thoughts we can work indirectly upon the will but as far
    • of will sleeps by day; the life of thought sleeps by night.
    • he only knows how to be awake in his life of thought. The will does
    • From what has been said we have learnt that the life of thought and
    • thought is something which seems unreal to materialistically minded
    • people. Do we not often hear it said: “Oh, ideas and thoughts
    • are only ideas and thoughts!” This is intended to imply
    • reality because it can be eaten, but a thought is only a
    • thought, it is not a reality. Why is this said? It is because what man
    • calls his thoughts are related to what thoughts really are as a
    • thoughts. Human thinking is the shadowing forth of ideas and beings
    • diagrammatic. In the head are thoughts but these thoughts must be
    • As well as the life of thought in the human soul, there is also the
    • of thoughts points to the Astral plane, so everything connected with
    • — the purely intellectual (thoughts, concepts), the aesthetic
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    • we can easily imagine that if the action had been preceded by thought
    • other there is no thought, no forming of a mental picture, and
    • surrender to contemplation, to forming mental pictures, to thought,
    • of will without thought. We have arrived at these facts simply by
    • cultivate better thoughts we can work indirectly upon the will, but
    • day; the life of thought sleeps by night.
    • life of thought. The will does not sleep during the night, but it
    • thought expressed, “Oh, mental pictures and thoughts are only
    • mental pictures and thoughts!” This is intended to imply that
    • reality, but a thought is only a thought. By this is meant that one
    • cannot eat a thought, and thus a thought is not real but “only”
    • a thought. But why? Basically, because what man calls his thoughts
    • are related to what thoughts really are as a shadow-image of an
    • to the flower itself, to the reality. So it is with thoughts. Human
    • In this head are thoughts, which I shall represent with these dashes.
    • These thoughts that are in the head, however, must be pictured as
    • establish the life of thought within your head.
    • As well as what we can call the life of thought, there
    • can receive a concept from ordinary life) between a life of thought
    • place in the human being as thoughts points to the astral plane, so
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    • thinking, our memory. Memory and thought are not physical. They belong
    • to the invisible, super-sensible world: in man's thought-life he has
    • thought and of emotion.
    • our thought life, our emotions, and our will impulses. If we consider
    • life of concepts. The life of thought follows its course throughout
    • the day — if we are not actually void of thought. Throughout the
    • clairvoyant during sleep — his thought life can nevertheless
    • continue just as while he is awake. The life of thought — or the
    • relationship to our whole existence from that of our life of thought.
    • man's real being than is the life of thought. We carry them over into
    • Thoughts cannot be seen. We see the rose bush at first through
    • object but he can form a mental image of it. That is, our thought life
    • thought life not permeated by will impulses is the least closely
    • thoughts.
    • knowledge justifies the assertion that our thoughts, which are
    • our thought life, is in relationship with the astral world. Our
    • world, he can carry his thoughts into the astral world; he can carry
    • Our ordinary thought life reaches only up to the astral world. No
    • matter how brilliant our thoughts may be, if they are not sustained by
    • matter-of-fact external science. No man can by means of thoughts not
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    • thought, the realm of emotions, and the realm of will impulses —
    • that of thoughts, of conceptions, on the other. The emotions, the
    • being is awake, his life of thoughts and conceptions is especially
    • We must first have a thought, a concept; only then does the will
    • thrust upward from the depths of the soul. The thought evokes the will
    • impulse. When the human being is awake, he is awake in thought, not in
    • reversed. Then the will is awake and is very active, and thought is
    • means of his thoughts and these are asleep. Thus he does not observe
    • woven out of will. Thus the thoughts are then asleep but the will is
    • nature in a manner entirely different from the way our thoughts are
    • without interest or thought.
    • groaned pitiably. Since the lady thought he was ill, she was seized by
    • could not develop such magical words. Today only thoughts can be
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    • people believe generally that their thoughts and actions are free from
    • trend of thought whose chief characteristic consists in the laying
    • absurd proposition that thoughts are the bearers of light. Yet
    • thought processes in every sect, including scientific circles, and
    • dreams, but wove into them the thoughts of the materialistic age,
    • thought of the dream as a symbol of sexual life, because our time is
    • difficult thoughts and think to such an extent that we get tired, then
    • we sleep well, provided that only the life of thought and not the life
    • statement that the life of thought is a super-sensible process, and is
    • of thought in the human soul.
    • love, dislike, and so on. The flow of thought and feeling is
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    • of formulating in thought what affects its soul. To begin with, the
    • says does not arise out of thought, but the other way round. It learns
    • to think by talking; learns gradually to apprehend in clear thought
    • conscious of the thought-content in what it says. With these three
    • little thought is given to them. But those who reflect upon their
    • may be compared with how the child learns the thought-content in its
    • revelation which should give us the full content, the thought-content,
    • reflect upon the thoughts in the Gospels; to let the whole deep
    • and, on the other side, the bad, ugly, lying deeds and thoughts.
    • thoughtlessly passed by this third great forewarning to mankind given
    • Anthroposophy is the thought-content. As language is related to a
    • thoughts and conceptions in that direction.
    • permeating the old language with thought-content. Are not these three
    • as a child will sometimes do before it understands the thought-content
    • revelation. It is permeated throughout with thought; and we have
    • striven to permeate with thought our explanation of the Gospels. For
    • thought-content of what the Gospels give them in language of the
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    • concentrate thoughts on their dead. There is no question of there not
    • when thoughts are turned at all to the dead by those left on the
    • thoughts are directed elsewhere. But the point is that human beings,
    • Now picture to yourselves vividly the parents, with their thoughts
    • thought on the part of the dead son sank deep into his parents' soul,
    • dream. Thus the imprint of the thought on their life of soul was
    • undreamt of by our ancestors — to transmit our thoughts all over
    • thoughts are sent hither and thither, and human ingenuity has to be
    • thoughts are cheerless; more-over, since we have had our present means
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    • is only the fourth principle, it will be thought of as lower than the
    • between the Christian thought and this natural science, because it is
    • peculiarly wise thoughts. The idea has no effect in the presence of
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    • confessions and schools of thought in the world. If we rightly
    • to avow his belief in the idea of reincarnation. Lessing thought to
    • what he saw and heard, even with what he thought. He did not cogitate
    • streams of wisdom in the sphere of thought and to bring forth the new
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    • different religious confessions and schools of thought in the world.
    • Lessing thought to himself: Human beings have lived through all the
    • saw and heard, even with what he thought. He did not cogitate and
    • wisdom in the sphere of thought and to bring forth the new impulse
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    • thoughts. In forming a mental picture, our attitude may well be one of
    • side of the ideas or the thoughts; the cause of these moods in the
    • from each other. Our life of thought and mental presentation arises
    • to realise that the life of thought is the most closely bound up with
    • thoughts; and speech, or language, must, in the nature of things,
    • beginning of a new incarnation than we bring thoughts and ideas. The
    • language as well as the thoughts must be acquired afresh in each
    • A man does not carry over his thought and mental life from one
    • into his post-mortem existence. After death we evolve no thoughts or
    • of thought is undeveloped, we shall be able to notice quite definite
    • thought today we may be able to remember it quite distinctly and in
    • thoughts and mental pictures. It may, of course, be that even after
    • will have greatly diminished after this lapse of time; in thought,
    • To devote ourselves in meditation to such thoughts, and elaborate
    • significance. The thought may then occur to him: At that point in your
    • spiritual connections are established. Materialistic thought will
    • illusion, then, if thought is consistent, everything built upon it
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    • thoughtless in the present incarnation and is subsequently struck by a
    • of fate directly with the thoughtlessness, but a feeling arises,
    • thoughts. In forming a mental picture our attitude may well be one of
    • alongside the ideas or the thoughts; the cause of these moods in the
    • distinct from one another. Our life of thought and mental presentation
    • difficult to realise that the life of thought is the most closely
    • our thoughts; and speech, or language, must, in the nature of things,
    • beginning of a new incarnation than we bring thoughts and ideas. The
    • language as well as the thoughts must be acquired afresh in each
    • A man does not carry over his thought and mental life from one
    • him into his postmortem existence. After death we evolve no thoughts
    • thought is undeveloped, we shall be able to notice quite definite
    • thought today we may be able to remember it quite distinctly and in
    • birth and death is composed of thoughts and mental pictures. It may
    • lapse of time; in thought, however, we can remember the very details
    • To devote ourselves in meditation to such thoughts and elaborate them,
    • without significance. The thought may then occur to him: At that point
    • are established. Materialistic thought will naturally regard all these
    • is nothing but an illusion, then, if thought is consistent, everything
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    • forgotten, but if we do not forget it, but practice such thoughts regularly,
    • this thought, one will feel that one hits the truth, because the feeling of
    • thought to the effect that joy and happiness are deserved actually weakens
    • If it is thought that joy and happiness have a paralyzing and extinguishing
    • our thoughts accordingly, then we can learn a great deal. When a person at
    • thoughts. Thus, a soul thinking in anthroposophy exclaims, “In thy
    • thinking cosmic thoughts are living.” He then adds to these words,
    • “Lose thyself in cosmic thoughts.”
    • These thoughts may appear to be dry and abstract, but they are not mere
    • In thy thinking cosmic thoughts are living;
    • Lose thyself in cosmic thoughts.
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    • make it a rule to devote himself to these other thoughts only when the
    • to attribute our joys to the wiser being within us. This thought will
    • slightest thought that happiness or delight have been deserved,
    • gives a single thought to the influence of joy, taken in the personal
    • only intelligent line of thought is that we want to come across him
    • to the test and adjust our thoughts accordingly. When a human being
    • to a human being in one life; the thought may come easily that in a
    • that we cannot carry our thoughts and ideas directly with us from one
    • thoughts and ideas, just like our mother-tongue, come as something new
    • in each life. For most of the thoughts and ideas are contained in the
    • death yields us thoughts and ideas which really always originate from
    • wisdom may be living in your thoughts and ideas has been absorbed from
    • cosmic Thought. — “Cosmic thoughts are living in thy
    • Theosophy; and he adds: “Lose thyself in cosmic thoughts.”
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    • should make it a rule to devote himself to these other thoughts only
    • attribute our joys to the wiser being within us. This thought will
    • spiritual within him is weakened and paralysed; the slightest thought
    • And anybody who gives any thought to the influence of joy, taken in the
    • particular person? The only intelligent line of thought is that we
    • test and adjust our thoughts accordingly. When a human being —
    • I said yesterday that we cannot carry our thoughts and ideas with us
    • our thought and ideas, just like our mother tongue, comes as something
    • new in each life. For most of the thoughts and ideas live in the
    • death supplies us with thoughts and ideas which always come from this
    • in your thoughts and ideas have been absorbed from outside, it is
    • nationality and family. In the last resort all our thoughts and ideas
    • about Saturn, Sun and Moon, we lose ourselves in cosmic thought. ‘In
    • thy thinking cosmic thoughts are living,’
    • Anthroposophical thoughts; he adds, however, ‘Lose thyself in cosmic
    • thoughts!’ The soul creating out of Anthroposophy says: ‘In thy
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    • ourselves from him or from the thought of him — and strange to
    • such thoughts do, nevertheless, correspond, in a certain way
    • thoughts and concepts.
    • his own views but something quite different, namely, the thoughts and
    • native soil, but their thought and influence has an effect over the
    • experience may be thought to be hallucination, or something of the
    • are not thoughtful or attentive; many say that one should not brood
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    • cannot free ourselves from him nor from the thought of him, and
    • such thoughts do, nevertheless, correspond in a certain way with
    • kind of memory that is composed of thoughts and concepts.
    • his own views but something quite different, that is, the thoughts and
    • their thought and influence has an effect over the whole earth.
    • Such an experience may be thought to be an hallucination or something
    • are not thoughtful and attentive; many people say that one should not
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    • even in Christendom itself, the loftiest thoughts and deepest truths
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    • of feeling. All the thoughts and ideas of men were suddenly different
    • the evolution of man. In earlier, pre-Copernican thought, the external
    • were, including occultists, who suffered deeply at the thought that in
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    • feeling. All the thoughts and ideas of men were suddenly different
    • In earlier, pre-Copernican thought, the external world was indeed
    • many people, including occultists, who suffered deeply at the thought
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    • through a sequence of thoughts, we can send ideas and imaginations up
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    • thoughts are about to centre has been for many centuries the turning
    • point of all thought and feeling, and moreover that He has called forth
    • pictures of Him which have moved souls and occupied thoughtful men ever
    • by the intellectual currents of thought of the eighteenth century, it
    • We might say that the Historical Jesus of nineteenth century thought
    • case of theological research, faith limited itself to what it was thought
    • thought-power thinks over what he experiences, so can this other man
    • unattainable by external sight and thought. This was called “The
    • thought — did not exist in pre-Christian ages. The Mysteries did
    • because our modern way of combining thoughts through logic was not
    • thought which we possess to-day. The ordinary inhabitants of every
    • the greatness of Cosmic Thought, and thereby his soul also became
    • either. The Greek thought of himself as a weak man who must develop
    • Consequently the Hebrews were the best prepared for the thought that
    • thought that his nature was capable of assimilating the profoundest
    • cognitional development of these fundamental thoughts the Historical
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    • period, we can discern two directions of thought
    • Resurrection. Whatever may be our present thoughts
    • not merely appear before him in thoughts and ideas;
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    • period, we can discern two directions of thought which have been
    • Resurrection. Whatever may be our present thoughts about the
    • But these pictures do not merely appear before him in thoughts and
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    • that human thinking progresses and now embraces forms of thought
    • to break with everything that the thought-forms of the last century have
    • century who at the zenith of his life gathered up his thoughts and
    • came as though by inspiration to the thought of repeated earth-lives. So
    • thought-forms had not developed far enough. One could quote various
    • and of karma could be worked out in relation to the thought-forms of
    • education of the human race. The thought of the education of mankind
    • thought-forms, does not take the Buddhistic path, but a universal
    • cosmic one. Drossbach starts from the thoughts of natural science and
    • must be transformed, whereas Lessing thought correctly of short
    • must above all assimilate those thought-forms which lead quite
    • centuries human thought was not sufficiently advanced to come by
    • from the stage reached by the most highly developed thought of the
    • A person who cannot to a certain extent grasp the thought that ‘in
    • meditation concerned with thoughts and feelings. In everything
    • thought that behind the external sensible light something quite
    • light in space; to concentrate upon these thoughts, to live in them —
    • concentrate on the thought of how warmth can exist spiritually, how
    • to concentrating in the right way upon world thoughts, cosmic
    • thoughts. And further, the ennobling, the cleansing, of moral
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    • say: ‘Jesus of Nazareth must be thought of as a great Adept!’
    • from directing our thought according to the facts, at least as these
    • always with great minds, he really remained alone with his thoughts.
    • thought, Soloviev says: Look at the natural scientists, what answer
    • spiritual, meaning an empty abstract thought-world which pervades all
    • natural forces work mechanically, and thought-powers have only
    • thought-reality. But what is it that is able, with full reality, to
    • the world. And only the living Christ, not one that is merely thought
    • so that He has to be thought of as the historic Christ; if He had not
    • exoteric thought also, a step forward along the path of Faith in
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    • the first place he thought it would be dangerous to translate this
    • to keep from the profane world. He thought that this Gospel, if it
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    • one could give oneself up to the thought: ‘When that which
    • is sorrow!’ The underlying thought in this kernel of Buddhism
    • more deeply into these Buddhist thoughts. A kind of theoretical view
    • thought of the carriage, for it is this that brings together wheels,
    • shaft, and so on. And the thought of the carriage is something very
    • necessary: thou canst indeed not see the thought, but thou must
    • As artist, the Greek gave his human form to his gods. He thought of
    • of thought, standing midway between Greek thought and Buddhism, does
    • not involve, as Greek thought does from the outset, a predisposition
    • Redeemer-thought the external body, skin and bones, eyes which see
    • midway between Greek thought and Buddhism — this ancient Hebrew
    • the physical bodily form in connection with the Redeemer-thought,
    • which then becomes the foundation, the basis, for the Christ-thought.
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    • Yesterday we had to approach the question, so fateful for modern thought:
    • system, in my whole thought-world.’
    • tear down my whole system of thought, philosophical or otherwise.’
    • the body was no longer in the grave. They went home with the thought:
    • from us? It demands something which, for modern thought, is really
    • monstrous. Modern thought has long disputed whether all human beings
    • could be made only by someone whose whole mode of thought and outlook
    • had been derived from Greek thought; by one whose roots were in
    • permits. As the sculptor must have the ‘thought’ which he
    • impresses on the substance, so is a ‘thought’ related to
    • the human body: not in the same way as the thought of the artist, for
    • real thought, the Phantom, in the external world. Just as the thought
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    • streams of human thought: the stream which has its source in ancient
    • day, the stream of thought which finds expression in Buddhism
    • thought suits so well the concepts of the present day, in so far as
    • The elements that go to make up our soul life, our thoughts, feelings and
    • experience a thought or perception, it has three lines of action in
    • the thoughts, are thrown back by the sheath of the physical body.
    • thought that the Ego would grow dark and dim; this Ego which is
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    • to Christ. Those imbued with the thought of today no longer form the
    • clothed in the forms of our scientific thought. It was therefore
    • redemption of man is thought of as a matter for psychology to deal
    • — for instance, if I entertain a bad thought about my neighbour
    • — it has no significance for the outer world; the thought is
    • plane; the other is a mere feeling or a mere thought.’ Or
    • thoughts. In the Mysteries it was made very clear to the pupil that
    • Thoughts are duty free’, because they see no Customs
    • barrier when the thoughts arise. Thoughts belong to the objective
    • sees that thoughts and feelings are objective may also see that what
    • there came to meet them a thought which certainly might be born from
    • that man could formulate the totality of abstract thoughts required
    • and Galileo enabled him to do. The web of thoughts which has led to
    • thought-worlds, or worlds of abstract feelings and perceptions, but
    • thoughts, meditative thoughts, will be able to live in man; they will
    • through a spiritual Communion. The thought of the Sacrament, the Holy
    • thoughts which flow to us through what is imparted within our
    • Movement, certain inner thoughts and feelings, shall permeate and
    • spiritualise our inner being — thoughts and feelings as fully
    • conviction that all Churches which have cherished the Christ-Thought,
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    • thoughts; on the other side stands everything evil, wicked, stupid,
    • choose those thoughts, feelings or perceptions which will pay off our
    • consciousness the thought of repeated earth-lives arises as something
    • thought. But in this thought of reincarnation as concerning all
    • belongs to all mankind. This thought has worked into the thinking,
    • Christian thought. And although Widenmann treated reincarnation
    • thought of reincarnation is permeated by the Christian impulse. He
    • impulses, so that the thought of reincarnation might come to our
    • consciousness in a ripe form. And indeed this thought of
    • thought of reincarnation. For the progress of human evolution does
    • the thought will arise: ‘You can attain to the value, the
    • not be able to lay hold of the thought of freedom without the thought
    • of Redemption through Christ: only then is the thought of freedom
    • have perhaps had to say much about the Redemption-thought without
    • often using the word. This Redemption-thought should be felt by a
    • Redemption-thought — be a stimulus to our further endeavours;
    • us as a stimulus the thought that we must continually exert
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    • to bring this about externally by all sorts of clever thoughts and
    • such a thing should be thought possible). It might even be cultivated
    • creating an inner chamber for ourselves. This led to the thought of
    • and the thought, the deepening of feeling and the expansion of
    • It might have been thought when the Congress at the last minute fell
    • thought if I am really to believe in the Resurrection, and what is
    • of the West, which the Eastern school of occult thought, in so far as
    • of thought, her understanding of such things was limited by Eastern
    • adjudge that that school of thought is simply incapable of seeing
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    • that such a thought could have arisen as the greatest production of
    • if he really holds the thought that everything is taken away and man
    • can do no other than lose every thought that may come to him, in a
    • thought in the world. Whether we take one or the other of these with
    • only be pictured in thought, becomes through clairvoyance, objective
    • themselves flow in time. On Saturn no thought is before or after
    • — the world is really boarded up, inasmuch as thought must
    • thoughts must be left behind, they do not extend so far. By way of a
    • thought comes: “he is really wise, he must have had endless
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    • thought could have arisen as the greatest production of the
    • if he really holds the thought that everything is taken away and man
    • every thought that may come to him, in a sort of condition of dimness
    • ruling of the Holy Spirit in the world, the ruling of cosmic thought
    • be pictured in thought, becomes through clairvoyance, objective
    • ideas themselves flow in time. On Saturn no thought is before or
    • that thought must be absolutely still: It is the same with
    • clairvoyance, ordinary thoughts must be left behind, they do not
    • the thought comes: ‘he is really wise, he must have had endless
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    • And time first came into being there. When we carry our thought back
    • understands what warmth really is who can grasp the thought:
    • science and trivial thought. Let us be clear; ordinary science and
    • everyday thought work from whatever self-will has created by means of
    • accept anything that does not agree with my thought, I will accept
    • because I have revived what my ancestors have thought, or what my
    • acceptance, the one is not to be thought of without the other. This
    • thought. Suppose you have formed the thought. The next day you will
    • make your mind as clear as possible so that the thought you formed
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    • came into being on Saturn itself. When we carry our thought back to
    • is who can grasp the thought: Whenever heat appears in the world
    • science and trivial thought. Let us be clear; ordinary science and
    • everyday thought work out whatever self-will has created by means of
    • will not accept anything that does not agree with my thought, I
    • because I have revived what my ancestors have thought, or what my
    • acceptance, the one is not to be thought of without the other. Thus
    • very hard to understand something, or to form some sort of thought.
    • Suppose you have formed the thought. The next day you will make your
    • mind as clear as possible so that the thought you formed yesterday
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    • pupils, but only to be near them and have encouraging thought without
    • expressing it, and that thought will pass over to the pupil. It all
    • linger behind? Such a thought might occur to us. The thought,
    • We could not in thought eliminate Time from any occurrence in
    • we have hitherto thought whether in pictures or in imagination
    • thoughts work profoundly upon your souls): I have till now thought
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    • near them and have encouraging thought without expressing it, and
    • that thought will pass over to the pupil. It all depends on the
    • for why did they linger behind? Such a thought might occur to us. The
    • thought, however, which we should entertain is this: that man would
    • could not in thought eliminate Time from any occurrence in evolution.
    • hitherto thought whether in pictures or in imagination concerning
    • easily be made, (and I want you to let these thoughts work profoundly
    • upon your souls): I have till now thought more highly of the gods! I
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    • these conditions by means of thought, we must once again turn to
    • more like the nature of thought. Every one knows the expression
    • thought-vibrations,” though this only refers to the
    • fluidic movement of our own thought; yet this expression may serve,
    • Beings. The Spirits of Movement should not be thought of as merely
    • thought in our soul, not necessarily to be kept to ourselves, but
    • thoughts” but as “picture.” We can best
    • have a wider aspect, richer in intuition than thoughts can grasp or
    • give us, has been desired and longed for. This is a thought that we
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    • these conditions by means of thought, we must once again turn to
    • like the nature of thought. Every one knows the expression
    • thought-vibrations” though this only refers to the
    • fluidic movement of our own thought; yet this expression may serve,
    • Beings. The Spirits of Movement should not be thought of as merely
    • mentioned. When in the morning we have a definite train of thought in
    • it becomes what is known to man hardly yet as ‘thoughts’
    • intuition than thoughts can grasp or words describe. Come, let us do
    • This is a thought that we may well take hold of, which perhaps is
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    • devoted a little reflection and thought to the whole process in
    • mind the thought that certain Beings are compelled to retain within them
    • these thoughts with your feeling — not with your reason, for that
    • the cleverest thought-out objections to Anthroposophy may all agree
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    • who has devoted a little reflection and thought to the whole sequence
    • thought that certain Beings are compelled to retain within them
    • thoughts with your feeling — not with your reason, for that
    • cleverest thought-out objections to Anthroposophy may all agree with
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    • materialistic and the spiritual tendencies in thought and feeling.
    • collision two divergent tendencies in man's thought and feeling
    • and perception. One is a direction in thought and feeling which has
    • direction of thought which is given with anthroposophy, it attacks
    • of thought. It will, moreover, be fought in such a way that it will
    • often be very difficult to know with which direction of thought one
    • is dealing. For the materialistic tendency of thought, for example,
    • conception if one lets oneself be ruled by the thoughts and ideas
    • only want to suggest that from the very habits of thought of our time
    • blessing. For he can rise to a conception similar to a thought
    • to the thought that just as the air that is all around him forms and
    • beholding how it all flows together in man, a thought can arise in
    • the thought, my dear friends, of the God-willed man. We can
    • such a contemplation then the thought may indeed arise in our heart:
    • thought which is different from the thought that follows naturally on
    • revelation of the universe through man. There follows now a thought
    • more his inadequacy in face of his moral ideals. And another thought
    • then begins to dawn in the soul, a thought which can often come over
    • happen that in certain natures the thought of their inadequacy in
    • deeper thought and contemplation and enquiry have sprung. What is
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    • inadequacy of mere thought. We have to take pains to stimulate and
    • elaboration in thought of experiences we have in the world, we can
    • a thought as this we learn to know the nature of the “surrender”
    • any thought about truth, if not by forming judgments in the ordinary
    • conceptions and thoughts. They change for us as soon as we come into
    • thoughts of death.
    • thought. The wisdom man acquires when he looks behind the active will
    • opportunities in life where our thoughts and whatever we develop in
    • waking condition, good Gods have seen to it that our thoughts have
    • us the power our thoughts might otherwise exercise upon our physical
    • the world if it were not so If thoughts — let me emphasise once
    • more — were to signify in the world of man what the thoughts of
    • every error in thought a slight death process, and little by little
    • to spoil what he undoubtedly would spoil by his thoughts were he
    • all influence upon his physical and etheric body, his thoughts, in
    • night they would be able to do so. Every false thought would work
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    • direct your thought to a matter which may perhaps be a little
    • the train of thought, we must not proceed diagrammatically. If you
    • however, get no true result; the train of thought cannot be continued
    • train of thought in an intellectual way; sometimes it will be correct
    • willing. Make the experiment of trying to grasp the pure thought of
    • the I. Our friends make valiant attempts to grasp the pure thought of
    • think this thought of the I apart from all thinking, feeling and
    • come to the I of man even in thought, to say nothing of actually
    • ordinary way man's soul is traversed all the time with thoughts
    • outside ourselves. Our own thoughts must then be as indifferent to us
    • first in our thoughts, and then also in our feelings and our impulses
    • of will. In the first place with our thoughts. If it had not been for
    • an intelligence inside him and that he himself cherishes thoughts
    • within him. He would have known that the thoughts are outside him and
    • considered and contemplated, and waited till the thought was given to
    • has to connect together all kinds of thoughts and form a judgment or
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    • would think of ascribing occupation of space to feeling, thought or
    • will. It would be ridiculous to suggest that some thought — let
    • us say the thought you have about a hero — were five square
    • yards larger than the thought you have about any ordinary person. One
    • thought fully now that we have in such an innocent way come up
    • thoughts are, and how, if you work them over in meditation, they can
    • the following: you can grasp a thought when it is aroused in you by
    • some external perception. You are looking at something, and a thought
    • relationship between yourself and the idea or the thought, you have
    • to answer: While I have the thought, I myself am actually the
    • thought. Try and think the thing over to the very end and you will
    • say: While I am engrossed in the thought, then I am, in my innermost
    • being, the thought. It would be mere prejudice to say that together
    • yourself to the thought. You are yourself the thought. Without a
    • simultaneously with the thought which you hold.
    • thoughts and feelings which are directly given to him. Suppose you
    • let this piece of chalk incite you to a thought; then, if you exclude
    • little what must live therein. Therein live your feelings, thoughts,
    • the whole. We said: Thoughts live therein, conceptions, feelings,
    • more fundamentally necessary than the thoughts themselves. For if you
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    • picture matter, the thought picture we are to make of matter and
    • followed what was said not merely with conceptions of thought, but
    • contemplate this thought — that man, in so far as he is a man
    • to unite it with the thought we expressed yesterday in a general way
    • short course of lectures — the thought, namely, of scattering
    • in thought, what is beautiful in feeling and what is morally good and
    • great mystery. And whatever is false in thought, whatever is ugly in
    • through the necessary thoughts and feelings or will impulses or
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    • as to be able to dispense with receiving the power of thought from
    • delusion as a man who thought that a single hair or the tip of the
    • thought, my dear friends. Take hold now of the same thought at
    • direction, let me ask you to grasp the same thought at another point.
    • These are some of the thoughts,
    • store of thoughts. Thoughts are perpetually streaming into your soul,
    • thoughts are clearly grasped, only a very few become a conscious part
    • pictures of fantasy and of thought out of which he emerges when he
    • conscious thoughts and ideas as the many eggs do to the few that
    • intellectual ideas for Western thought. And now we stand at a kind of
    • an end. Ideas and thoughts belong only to the physical plane, and man
    • must learn to lift himself up to what lies beyond ideas and thought,
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    • thought, through the ordinary intellect, and he asks himself: To what
    • a certain point, but no further. For our world of thought, as at
    • everything that we can call our thought-world is dependent. The more
    • penetrating these thoughts are, the better able they are to enter
    • thoughts! And our most penetrating thoughts are what we have most of
    • extent all the abstract thoughts formulated in his soul. These two
    • things — physical body, abstract thoughts, scientific thoughts
    • but his thoughts least of all. Therefore, because our thoughts are so
    • that we create for ourselves, in feeling and thought, a being
    • following thought will dawn upon you. This counterpart —
    • that it is thought possible to find the earlier incarnation because
    • their former incarnation they thought in forms; they took this
    • willed, as their habits of thought are remote from spiritual truths.
    • implanted within myself the thought that is now the force making my
    • thought. Karmically it will outlive materialism. The next incarnation
    • thoughts we cherish do not pass over into the next life in a somewhat
    • spiritual world, thoughts such as we now form between birth and death
    • for instance, a man has a great thought, however great it may be, the
    • thought as thought is gone when he passes through the gate of death,
    • the thought — these pass through the gate of death with him.
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    • thoughts contained in the last lecture will in that form have
    • suggestion that Plato's thought-structure — all that
    • lived in him as thought — does not survive in the same form in
    • in a wood, and being lost in thought may forget that the woodland
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    • we were to build up in thought a kind of imaginary human being,
    • build up in thought an imaginary man who acts in the following
    • have thus created in thought; although the picture seems so
    • of this imaginary thought-man accounts for this. If we steep
    • “recollection” as it is usually called. All the thoughts
    • we summon up to help us to remember something are auxiliary thoughts.
    • Just try for once to realise how many and how often such thoughts
    • know. The purpose of these auxiliary thoughts is to open the way to
    • but in a far more comprehensive sense, the ‘thought-man’
    • thought, as something that goes on working, that is actually
    • transformed within us into the idea, the thought, which now flashes
    • thought which quite definitely arises. It is really more a feeling
    • than a thought, a sentient experience, but of such a kind that we
    • begin with, a thought-reality only, as long as we are building up the
    • thought-being. He transforms himself into sentient impressions,
    • incarnation we remember those things in which our thoughts
    • without difficulty; you will be able to cast your thoughts back to
    • Consider how intimately our thoughts are united with what gives
    • embodiment of the world of thoughts and ideas. In each life, every
    • jotted down one or two thoughts for the plan of a drama he intended
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    • men gain this conviction, how they succeed in spreading the thought
    • overnight! That cannot be. But men must become alive to the thought
    • thought out by a Christian dignitary and that Copernicus's own
    • religious devoutness, for directing his thoughts to the super-sensible
    • contained. And although these two laws — as thoughts held by
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    • of Western thought knows of mystics such as Jacob Boehme or
    • thought is given to reincarnation and karma — that man's
    • believe in anything else if life is thought to be limited to one
    • this thought. It is most important, of course, that the facts should
    • entirely logical; so the thought has occurred to me that because they
    • will be a thoughtless character in the next or a later incarnation;
    • moderately good man, and we carry this thought through life, we shall
    • but in the way thoughts and conceptions change in the light of the
    • anthroposophical thought.
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    • physical world all that we can encompass with our thoughts in so far
    • as these thoughts refer to external perception, to that which the
    • years, the way in which you feel and think, with the thoughts and
    • when I think creatively, when a thought springs up in me, when an idea
    • thoughts, to cherish ideas.” Here again an external impression of
    • reason influences our wish. The concord of wish and reason, of thought
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    • activity; their activity resembles the action of feeling and thought
    • and they speak to us in spirit. It is as though we perceived thoughts
    • us as thoughts, feelings, and impulses of will. Thus in this category
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    • if a man constantly devotes himself to the thought: “I may have
    • must prove myself worthy;” — if he allows this thought to
    • we bring them as concretely as possible into our thoughts and
    • especially if we cherish and accept the thoughts which reveal
    • to the external sense-world. Such thoughts may at first be nothing but
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    • life, or the ordinary feelings and thoughts of man. And it would be
    • impossible to describe by what is usually accepted as human thought,
    • hear not merely the thoughts, but realise: “This phrase expressed
    • these ideas, but you may be able to raise yourselves to such thoughts
    • on within it, according to thought. Not only is that which has just
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    • man, who can shut up within himself his thoughts and feelings, and
    • thought in these beings, in so far as they themselves bring forth
    • these thoughts, is at the same time also externally revealed. If they
    • the product of their own thought and feeling, for whatever they bring
    • be untrue to their nature so that their thoughts and feelings did not
    • each time they developed inner thought or feeling, a manifestation
    • These thoughts, now given out on the basis of occult observation and
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    • all the moons of the individual planets: that is to say thought away
    • forth continually, erroneous, base, evil thoughts; these are, as we
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    • as a memory-picture, a thought-picture. And so it is with everything
    • described into your thought and your perception, so that it works like
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    • the form of thoughts, representations, feelings, and impulses of the
    • sufferings, of our impulses and passions, of our thoughts and
    • we form in accordance with our thoughts and ideals; it is enough to
    • technical knowledge and by the way in which we combine thoughts
    • feelings, sensations, impulses, passions, thoughts and ideals,
    • through these thoughts, and even through their feelings and
    • external world, so that these thoughts are, as it were, a reflected
    • soul-forces must be used. Our concepts, ideas, thought-pictures,
    • pedagogical means of self-training. We should let our thoughts and
    • thought patterns, and even all anxieties, worries and joys —indeed,
    • towards fruitful thoughts, particularly towards symbolic thoughts, as
    • value such thoughts have for the attainment of truth, but to bear in
    • directed towards a thought image, or an impulse which is set in the
    • an inner content, and it is strictly an inner thought-content, is
    • thought-images and pictures, ideas taken from the moral and
    • full consciousness, and at the same time concentrate upon the thought
    • scientific thought, and this will contain truths that penetrate and
    • light of initiation, is not something that has been thought out
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    • substance of the Spirits of Wisdom? Our thoughts! But we do not see
    • our thoughts with the physical eyes, that is the point; neither can
    • Please hold fast the thought just mentioned in connection with the
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    • the very most important of all for theosophical life and thought
    • and thoughts and ideas that are employed in external life. At once
    • For it was a language that worked not by means of words and thoughts
    • ordinary human thoughts. Thus, the first step to be taken in an occult
    • body. Theosophy expresses occult knowledge in external thoughts and
    • that exist on the Earth lie in the manner of thought used to clothe
    • had to the characteristic ideas and thoughts with which particular
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    • certain thoughts which enable him to carry out satisfactorily the
    • a thought. That is a fact of extraordinary importance. For verily man
    • influence upon the way we form our thoughts and conclusions on the
    • becomes like the thoughts he had, say ten or twenty years ago, —
    • thoughts he no longer thinks, but only remembers.
    • as it was thought necessary for the general requirements of human
    • their pupils to have this or that opinion or thought. It was actually
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    • knowledge and thought about external objects that can be attained in
    • more inwardly alive than the thoughts we are accustomed to form about
    • light; for not the thoughts themselves are effective here, but the
    • powers we have attained for self-education by means of the thoughts.
    • what we otherwise only experience when we make for ourselves thoughts.
    • And yet the thoughts that come to us now are no mere thoughts, but
    • permeating his perceptions with thought, do not come from those past
    • thought we have the impression we are thinking it now; whereas
    • which I spoke do not seem like thoughts he is thinking now, but like
    • thoughts that have been preserved in the memory, like thoughts one is
    • flowing sea of inward light. That we can perceive thought-forms
    • in the thoughts of philosophy. Then he recognises that the thoughts of
    • thoughts and ideas which are like reflections thrown up into our
    • thoughts of all the philosophers who have ever played a part in the
    • thought, the occultist sees the real and living light that is behind.
    • the kind of reflective thought that we find in such a marked degree in
    • times. He has, however, the thought pictures, not knowing that
    • know. He sees only the shadow pictures of thought which have been
    • for as the flowing light becomes active in his brain, thought
    • he lives in these thought pictures. I want you, however, to note
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    • Now it does not require much thought to perceive that what we are
    • life of thought, that makes use of the instrument of the brain.
    • his brain and his world of thought. Consciousness cannot be there
    • have the thoughts, the experiences man has when he makes use of the
    • thoughts that employ the instrument of the brain, since one who is a
    • of himself in ecstasy, but that we recognise from the thoughts and
    • feelings he still has that he has not obliterated what is thought and
    • anything that is thought out. They want to exclude thought altogether
    • thoughts.” The same mystic had no wish to have thoughts even
    • understanding and his power of thought, to that extent his soul forces
    • thought. He rejects all study of the Science of Nature. But the forces
    • of the heart, while on the other hand retaining thoughts, or
    • Such a mystic would give to men nothing but pure thoughts, —
    • thoughts and ideas that make use of the brain alone. No one will
    • lives in thoughts alone — thoughts that are bound to the brain
    • lived in thoughts alone and used only his brain would not be able to
    • thought, and we may accordingly take Hegel as an eminent example of a
    • purest ether heights of thought. Whereas in ordinary life man is
    • accustomed only to have thoughts that are rooted and grounded in
    • thoughts that in a philosophical mystic of this kind are forbidden.
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    • years of your life and try to recall the thoughts — still more,
    • deeply, quite another thought suddenly thrusts itself forward. It is
    • the ego is not after all so permanent as we thought. Life itself
    • ego we mean really no more than the thought or idea of the ego. And
    • unconsciousness, so does also the thought of the ego. The very fact
    • thought to the outer world, there is one particular question that
    • well that these Signs belong to habits of mind and thought that are of
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    • you have met with the thought that in his outer form and figure man is
    • thought to the difference there is in man between arms and legs, and
    • with the whole thought world of the head. You will not find it
    • the second man if we pursue the following train of thought. The
    • I will ask you to dwell for a little on this thought. Try to imagine
    • brain, thought inserts itself between perception and movement. In the
    • spinal cord all connection with thought is lacking. There movement
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    • brain thoughts and ideas arise in man as a result of
    • the instrument whereby they were able to produce thoughts, to live in
    • thoughts and in ideas. The occultists said to them: “If you want
    • to have knowledge of the source of your life of thought, then —
    • more given to thought. Peoples of ancient times who were fond of
    • more thoughtful and enquiring peoples on the other hand are Night or
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    • life on Earth. This memory must stay with him like a thought out of
    • thought, which alone can give man support and stay. But it is
    • certain is the thought of Self, of “ I.” It is the thought:
    • difficulty in holding this thought. Many of you will know how
    • I” thought is like a dream that he has had in the Earth world and
    • thought, when he has come into the other consciousness; and the
    • When I say, “The thought of the I comes,” you must think of
    • thought often does indeed come. It does not merely remain with man as
    • today in order that he may not forget the thought of the I when he
    • whether the thought of the I is lost in forgetfulness when man ascends
    • thought of the I. And remember then what I said further that the
    • greatest help for the retention of the I thought consists, for a man
    • the I thought live on over into the spiritual world, so that he does
    • not instead have only thoughts that have died, and how the
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    • ordinary life on Earth the memory of the I or of the thought of the I.
    • We will now leave this thought for a little and return to the meeting
    • be thought of as the influence of the Jehovah forces which proceeds
    • movement of thought, the movement of speech — this is easiest of
    • the thought of Christ, we have then something we can carry across into
    • knows too that his movement of thought has connection with the Regent
    • enabled us to carry over the thought of the I — the idea of the
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    • also how the Sun, which hitherto we have thought of as being supreme
    • solve this problem. Recall in thought all that I have been telling
    • Such a religion, that lifts men's thoughts to the Spirit who guides
    • thoughts. And where has man the Inexpressible Word, when he is
    • man that must unfold one after the other. Let this thought not remain
    • just a thought in the head, but let it sink deep into your hearts, and
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    • It may well be that the first thought that occurs to you at the
    • thought that comes before my own soul on this occasion, it is that it
    • and thoughts that, for rather a smaller circle of us, have formed
    • demand of their inmost being. In giving voice to this thought, may I
    • in its soul life. There was one thought that kept coming to the fore
    • this one thought was how the European man can look back over a number
    • Starting from such a thought, the results of our modern culture will
    • It is when we cherish thoughts like these that we first begin to have
    • deepest thoughts are often revealed in the simplest words, formulated
    • present to rejoice in the thought as I am sure many will, very deeply
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    • our thoughts, how we form memory images within the etheric body, and
    • when prolonged thought about things is necessary, and when one must
    • tired. It would be able to gather up thought images to all eternity,
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    • this with the concepts and modes of thought that are indispensable to
    • and modes of thought to a certain change before we are able to form
    • our moral conceptions, thoughts and ideas. If a man takes accurate
    • Then, however, as unprejudiced and thoughtful observation of oneself
    • thought, it is possible for one to say, “I must not let myself be
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    • his conceptions, how he must leave behind all his thoughts about the
    • A thought may now occur to you that is quite natural but nevertheless
    • has to be grasped and felt in all its depth. This thought is, “If
    • he knows. Thoroughly to grasp this thought, or rather this feeling,
    • you must connect what has just been said with the customary thoughts
    • of fear because of the thought, “You are going where all is
    • strengthened by thought,” so that we are able to take something
    • life. We should feel the whole power of the thought that is called
    • this thought pouring with feeling into the void of the universe,
    • man has, through an attitude of soul strengthened by thought and
    • we think, we have an idea, one thought suggests another, and we
    • connect the one thought with the other, combining these perhaps with
    • into the etheric body, but at the same time our thoughts also expand.
    • permeated with thoughts that think themselves. That arises as an
    • thoughts were thinking themselves, as if the feelings we ourselves
    • feeling that, as we expand and widen out, and our thoughts think
    • of humanity. With real force of thought and meditation, one's moral
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    • nothing in particular. Some uncalled-for thought may then arise within
    • you can no longer distinguish the thought from yourself and that you
    • are entirely one with the thought that thus suddenly arises. If you
    • have the feeling that this is a living thought, it draws your soul
    • with it, your soul is bound up with the thought, and it might just as
    • well be said that the thought is in your soul as that your soul is in
    • the thought, then you have something in sense life similar to the way
    • as your thoughts live with you. Not that you might say, “The
    • thoughts live in me.” You have rather to say, “A thought
    • work; it is thought that perhaps he cannot have found the right
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    • his ego or thought body. The essential thing at every stage of
    • of thought, but it only becomes perception when the brain in the
    • “Steiner way of thought,” for there is no such thing, but as
    • the most varied shades of thought, but men of whose presence we are
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    • feeling and sentiment that pervades his whole thought? In the
    • the Oriental-Aryan mode of thought and feeling, in every
    • with the advanced thought of their age. He did not put forth
    • It is the purest form of human thought, and it was brought
    • he did this? He thought he recognized behind all that comes
    • evolution, as it was thought to be in earlier times. There in
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    • consideration, we shall see how the thought of immortality is
    • thought of immortality was born. Strange to say, the same
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    • be thought of as if it was the utterance of the spirits of
    • forms of thought the matter will quickly be understood.
    • you to give thought to these three pictures: Over there in
    • been thought by some people to be a kind of theory, a mere
    • human soul should be thought of as the combined action of the
    • that have been theoretically thought out, but are living
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    • thoughts, as they sound forth through these words, things are
    • times have thought about such things, and may perhaps have
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    • thought; and fundamentally this is equally characteristic of
    • these revelations. Why does He do this? Because the thought
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    • achieved through human thinking, nor is it thought out like
    • through all the individual stages of thought we were to
    • contemporaries were not so prone to skim thoughtlessly over
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    • thought of in any bad sense; it simply means to intercede
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    • peculiarities thought up by rationalists, for example that
    • lives only in human thoughts. So we may say that everything
    • pulpit something that is thought to be “quite
    • thoughts may be produced if this or that part of the brain is
    • thoughts — exactly the same logic as in the case of the
    • thought that this is said out of a desire to criticize our
    • thoughts in this Gospel I should have to go on speaking for a
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    • unquestionable fact that souls deficient in religious thoughts
    • the state of men who have had only materialistic thoughts. Shortly
    • demonstrates that materialistic thoughts, however convincing they
    • regain it by turning his thoughts to what had occurred at the Mystery
    • relationship to them, this will implant into us thoughts and forces
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    • thoughts, allow them to work within the soul, and wait. The more
    • quietly such thoughts are carried in the soul, the more strongly such
    • but there is a thought that can help us to overcome obstacles. It is
    • This thought is that in the universal pattern it is of no importance
    • thought it will lead most certainly to selflessness. Such moods of
    • know what we have done on the earth, what we have thought. Just as
    • sense at all. One can of course accept it as a beautiful thought, as
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    • said, “In your thinking world-thoughts are weaving . . .”
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    • by sentence with one's thoughts directed towards the dead
    • although it can be grasped if one gives thought to it. Man's
    • glory, as the element in which we live and dwell. This thought need
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    • power that lies far beyond our consciousness. Thoughts must be
    • and being unable to form thoughts of his memories can result in acute
    • who remains behind concerns himself with thoughts of a spiritual
    • thought out. It is mentioned so that souls may be brought to an
    • thought it quite absurd; yet the more one gets into it, the more it
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    • than to read to them. Reading in thought to the dead can have the
    • devachan, that they can no longer understand words but only thoughts.
    • thoughts are not formed according to earthly conditions. The dead
    • of future incarnations. Then we will have thoughts independent from
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    • of nature. We go through the world and carry our thoughts,
    • The thoughts and mental images that we regard as belonging to an
    • death all our thoughts and mental representations appear as a mighty
    • panorama before the soul. People who go through life thoughtlessly
    • what should be experienced as filled with wisdom and thought content
    • to behold the thoughts spread out in the starry realms. One acquires
    • this faculty between birth and death by evolving a thought content
    • thoughts, then one at least will have a feeling as to the origin of
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    • and if thoughts connected with the spiritual world have passed through
    • this soul, these thoughts may be perceived by the departed soul, even
    • within them thoughts concerning the super-sensible worlds become
    • applying thought, by feeling what comes toward us from the world
    • thoughts. We shall be able to feel that every point containing
    • namely, that through the living souls, through the thoughts of
    • of a departed one; he should then harbour anthroposophical thoughts,
    • for the departed soul will understand these thoughts, even if he has
    • should clothe our thoughts in the language which the dead person was
    • thoughts even if he has spoken another language during his lifetime.
    • A thought such as this one, dealing with the opposite aspect of death
    • thoughts, if we try to awaken them inwardly to life, this striving
    • hold of them, and attribute the chief importance not to the thoughts
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    • the spiritual worlds, allows such thoughts to cross his mind, then
    • these thoughts can be perceived by the one who has died. The
    • Souls who remain behind and have acquired thoughts about the
    • anthroposophy. On the one hand, the thoughts of anthroposophists will
    • he can think spiritual thoughts and the dead will understand. Even if
    • with spiritual thoughts.
    • language. It is therefore advisable to clothe one's thoughts in
    • one who died can also understand spiritual thoughts in a language
    • able to sense how much our life is enriched when such thoughts are
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    • last incarnation in a male body): “All my thoughts and
    • been able to be inspired by, to be imbued with, any thoughts
    • is only concerned with thoughts taken from the material world;
    • such a soul, filled entirely with thoughts, concepts, ideas,
    • thoughts, even though only now and then, and letting them
    • import. The spiritual thoughts which souls harbour here can not
    • anthroposophical train of thought or open an anthroposophical
    • book and in thought, not aloud, read to the dead whose
    • to them in any language and they will understand the thought
    • immediately following death we have to send our thoughts to the
    • dead, — we must send our thoughts to them —
    • thought into the children's souls. But that often proves
    • had thought.” Those people are completely in error who
    • we accept such concepts, ideas and thoughts, my dear friends,
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    • little consequence to gather abstractly certain thoughts about the
    • concentration or to let such thoughts pass through his soul. One
    • on the physical plane because materialistic ways of thought are still
    • through the gate of death carrying spiritual thoughts with him, he
    • are exceedingly complex and cannot be merely thought out
    • others effects, but beyond this little thought is given to the
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    • prepared by the thoughts and feelings that we direct, even if only
    • who has turned away from them and lived exclusively with his thoughts
    • predisposed in his thoughts and feelings as to be narrow-minded. He
    • question it? They are — it is perhaps an impossible thought
    • and rebirth throws a special light on this thought. Everything we are
    • experience the premature death of someone, such thoughts can bring
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    • the seer that with his thoughts and with all his feelings he was able
    • to me. Now I must forego this. I am able to direct my thoughts back
    • with thoughts or feelings about the spiritual world. He went through
    • the gate of death but no thoughts of the spiritual world had occupied
    • in whom thoughts live with understanding for the spirit. As the dead
    • becomes visible for him when spiritual thoughts live within the soul
    • of that person. The dead person sees these thoughts. Otherwise the
    • soon as one succeeds in conveying to such a soul thoughts concerning
    • no spiritual thoughts here on earth, and perhaps it is not even their
    • is given the impulse to receive spiritual thoughts. From this aspect
    • that has run its course in thoughts, in mental representations, etc.
    • completely the thoughts that link him to the earth, he would also
    • lose the thought of his own ego. Then he would no longer be aware
    • who have spiritual thoughts and feelings on earth find it difficult
    • on earth carry every evening thoughts of the spiritual world with
    • them into sleep. The more thoughts about the spiritual world we carry
    • thoughts in sleep is the substance by means of which, in a certain
    • carries spiritual thoughts with him in sleep is famished and may be
    • earnestness with which thoughts of spiritual science should be taken
    • other form of enjoyment without a thought devoted to the
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    • utterly denied the spirit both in his thoughts and in his feelings.
    • thoughts, by imagining the dead here with us in thought. In this way
    • them. The thoughts must be related to a spiritual content, otherwise
    • they have no meaning for the dead. These thoughts create an external
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    • comes to life in the thoughts of men. Then the spiritual Beings
    • read in these thoughts; but what is written or printed is like
    • recent centuries, turned his thoughts in prayer to the dead who had
    • love streaming from those who looked upwards or sent their thoughts
    • re-establish this intercourse and relationship by acquiring thoughts
    • for the thoughts and ideas which are in those souls; for these
    • thoughts are food for the souls of the dead and they need this
    • When we go to sleep at night, the ideas and thoughts which have passed
    • nourishment from the thoughts and ideas that have been carried into
    • between one kind of thought and another.
    • If throughout the day we are engrossed in thoughts connected with
    • thought to the spiritual worlds before passing into sleep but often
    • thoughts, then we have no nourishment to offer to the dead. I know
    • beer! The result is that they carry over thoughts which cannot live in
    • it as childish to occupy themselves with thoughts about the spiritual
    • nourishment after death can be drawn only from the ideas and thoughts
    • hearts and souls with thoughts of the spiritual world because we know
    • nourishment from these thoughts. We feel ourselves to be workers not
    • nearest and dearest, [those who] harbour only materialistic thoughts,
    • permeated with spiritual thoughts.
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    • their thoughts, the living thoughts of men. The spirits can then read
    • that content in the thought of man. But what is written or printed is,
    • a few centuries ago, turned his thoughts when at prayer to the dead
    • more able than are such thoughts today to press up to the souls of the
    • permeated with the warm breath of the love of those who thought of
    • today, if it acquires thoughts and ideas about the higher spiritual
    • to the sleeping souls, seeking for the thoughts and ideas to be found
    • When we go to sleep at night the thoughts and ideas which have passed
    • bathe in and, as it were, nourish themselves on the thoughts and ideas
    • do not give a single thought to the spiritual worlds before going to
    • thoughts and ideas which they carry over cannot live in the spiritual
    • mention that after our death we can feed on the thoughts and ideas of
    • but we try to fill our hearts and souls with thoughts about the
    • thoughts, we recognise the necessity of permeating the culture of our
    • day with spiritual thoughts. For instance, we find in the spiritual
    • had no spiritual thoughts in her heart and mind he cannot see into her
    • them with entirely materialistic thoughts — no fruitful thoughts
    • there were any spiritual thoughts in his mind. That is a frequent and
    • his intentions through the thoughts of hatred by which he is followed;
    • yet he can find no comfort in the loving thoughts of those he left
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    • organ of thought. Thinking is, of course, not actually accomplished by
    • the brain; but we need the brain as an instrument of thought. And
    • those thought-forces which, if they were wholly at his disposal, would
    • one's thoughts, and that will suffice to divert our forces from what
    • beings on earth thought and felt. Every soul receives impressions
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    • Hierarchies need human thoughts in which their deeds are reflected.
    • birth, errors and mistakes on Earth. also our thoughts, become facts.
    • were able to perceive it, an erroneous thought would stand there
    • a thought signifies a destructive reality they would soon turn away
    • from many of the thoughts circulating in Movements intent upon
    • Initiation that thoughts gather around us and stand there like
    • thought and then pass out of the body, the thought is there and we
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    • faiths and systems of thought. In the Sun sphere, however, since we
    • soul regardless of the creed or system of thought to which it
    • understand the essence of religions and systems of thought.
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    • picture his features and go through with him in thought the content,
    • thought and it has a direct effect upon the one who has died. As long
    • in anthroposophical development has been reached when it is thought
    • account in his thoughts of this world of possibilities or perhaps not
    • in his thoughts but only in his feelings. He may realise that he
    • may actually reveal to us wishes or thoughts of souls living between
    • soul and body. The habits of thought peculiar to the times tend to
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    • between death and the new birth. People would have thought it very
    • through and through with the thought that existence on Earth is of
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    • Christmas Festival, our thoughts are directed to the spiritual
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    • more deliberate and more logical his thoughts will be.
    • we have often mentioned, but a kind of efflux of thoughts. A
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    • be regarded as realities, for a world of swirling thoughts does
    • has always been stressed in the Rosicrucian line of thought of which
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    • himself. The thoughts conceived by divine-spiritual Beings in the
    • The thoughts conceived by divine-spiritual Beings in the past live on
    • have in the world around us, not the thoughts of the immediately
    • preserved thoughts of the Gods.
    • thoughts which the divine-spiritual Beings kept in reserve in order
    • Do ye arrest, in ever-during thought!
    • The thought might occur: Is a man, then, concerned only
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    • Earth was unresponsive and antagonistic to all thoughts and ideas
    • Thus there are two aspects of a man's work: has it been thought out
    • thoughts, conveying knowledge in this way, or we may take an
    • eventually become aware from the way in which the thoughts which they
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    • thoughts, for thoughts which in life on Earth are acquired through
    • recognises that thoughts such as are formed on Earth have
    • thoughts that are dependent upon the physical instrument of the
    • connected with the soul more intimately than thoughts. Wishes have
    • their own distinctive colouring in every individual. Whereas thoughts
    • ceases to long for sense-impressions or for thoughts formed by his
    • only the shadows of these archetypes which he grasps in his thoughts.
    • What is merely thought on the earth is in this region
    • experienced, lived. Man moves among thoughts; but these
    • thoughts are real beings.”
    • thoughts of ancient Indian Vedanta wisdom. The sage acquires, even
    • ability to grasp the thought that he himself is related to all
    • things, the thought, ‘Thou art that’. In earthly life
    • this is an ideal to which the thought-life can be devoted; in the
    • thoughts about such questions — thoughts which can then be
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    • say, someone who constantly jumps from one thought to another and is
    • unable to hold a single thought in his head, let alone carry it through to a
    • thought in mind that I have put it in a particular spot. Then I will form a
    • becomes habit to hold such thoughts when things are put aside, it
    • followed backwards. Or a play or story can be thought through in reverse
    • through our interest in anthroposophy, our thoughts are directed in the
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    • man or woman who is unable to hold fast a single thought, but
    • constantly jumps from one thought to another. This constant hurry of
    • thought: I have put the thing there, and I will mark the
    • of habit for people to hold such thoughts when they take things off
    • the evening, people are generally too tired to harbour such thoughts.
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    • following thoughts will arise (although soon such things will no
    • before birth, but although it does not show itself clearly in thought
    • Those who belong to the first type may be described as thoughtful
    • character reveals, through its thoughtfulness, a thirst for knowledge,
    • In other words, those who have to-day a thoughtful nature link their
    • thoughtful natures because they won certain powers in former
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    • brain can produce thoughts. The facts that live in our
    • thoughts we cannot possibly discriminate, for this
    • but we cannot do this through thoughts — only through a
    • Let us imagine that we build up in thoughts an artificial man
    • built up in our thoughts — he will begin to interest
    • express their thoughts intelligibly! And less still is
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    • not thought. It is impossible for anyone who has not carried
    • thoughts! And for philosophy still less is required. For today,
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    • thoughts, our perceptions, the impulses of our will, our feelings and
    • do we not — that our thoughts, and also every one of our
    • see that, just as we have to include our conceptual thoughts, our
    • pleasure in the thought of lies which he has told; if it does not
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    • have thought that,” the man dates his own Ego; what came before
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    • compensation for the animals. Let us make one thought clear: If we
    • of the Gospels never thought of calling in the aid of perceptions on
    • Just as the Egyptian learned to look up to death when he thought of
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    • a whole man. He supposes that thoughts and
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    • must learn to understand the Christ Impulse, the thought may well
    • following thoughts concerning human life from birth until death.
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    • Thoughts on Christmas Eve.
    • THOUGHTS ON CHRISTMAS EVE
    • to follow out a little train of thought which can bring this
    • then we can naturally let our thoughts sweep on from this our
    • as we follow this evening a relevant line of thought, whence
    • thought, deepening and penetrating into the meaning of
    • beginning of this evening's thoughts, the impulse whereby we
    • in the right way to the Christmas thought.
    • us take this with us from this evening's thoughts on the
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    • Thus it is with the whole thought-world. In ordinary life man thinks
    • thoughtless person might leave it lying about, which would be against
    • Thoughts, ideas, judgments, must be for the would-be Initiate what
    • picture. In ordinary physical life thoughts and ideas are an end in
    • train of thought of ordinary life in order to show what proof there is
    • and again to the thought that knowing about something makes no
    • meditation on the thought: Things cannot be altered by knowing about
    • But through constantly repeated meditation on the thought that things
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    • experience is, he must adopt quite different habits of thought. A few
    • the following manner. He cultivates the thought of how a man lives in
    • have to unlearn anything is uncomfortable. After having thought so
    • from indolence of thought, from the love of ease, for to unlearn
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    • plastically modeled through thinking. If only such thoughts are
    • developed as are customary to-day, if the thoughts are not permeated
    • materialistic science, is filling itself with thought-pictures which
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    • theosophical thoughts into the forces of their soul, to know of
    • theosophical thoughts are absorbed in heart and mind and made
    • thoughts that are connected with the physical brain than it is
    • in winter. Not that it is impossible to think one thought or
    • it is easier to do so in summer; such thoughts flow more
    • that in winter it is easier to form abstract thoughts, while in
    • over-ardent Theosophists to abstract thought and abstract
    • of thought, so that thereby the other part of the brain should
    • Theosophy, more than in any other realm of thought, the point
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    • doing, and that if, for example, a student's thoughts have a
    • body appears more in its own fluctuating nature. Thought
    • that in gatherings where flashes of thought and the development
    • chocolate promotes prosaic thought. Chocolate can be felt by
    • seriously and deeply to purely theosophical thought, the heart
    • thought works upon the brain; and the digestive activity in the
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    • expressions — that we might be saddened by this thought,
    • a piece of paper and writes brief thoughts on it, and tries to
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    • must think, he must work out his thoughts, but not his
    • easily inspired with thoughts than in summer, so that human
    • thought in winter works more as an inspiration than in summer.
    • In a particular sense human thought flows so easily in winter
    • inclined to think thoughts tending towards the super-sensible,
    • easier to produce these thoughts of the super-sensible, exactly
    • sensible perception — shut off his thoughts also; he must
    • must pass over to thought, and then he must cease to think at
    • all thought to cease, in the manner described in the second
    • he feels the thought that lives within him disappearing, and what
    • thoughts that stream into him as though from unknown worlds for
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    • thoughts, in contradistinction to our former experiences of
    • consciously forming the thoughts ourselves — this shows
    • no longer forms thoughts, but that the thoughts think
    • thinking, his own thought processes must be suppressed because
    • thoughts which stream to him from the cosmos. The individual
    • thoughts, but they think themselves within his soul. With the
    • feeling that the thoughts have their own inner power through
    • and by feeling the inflow of thought from the cosmos,
    • value to the self-formed thoughts, he must still form them; but
    • thought, of which he may say: ‘I have thought that and it
    • thought he develops a feeling of gratitude towards the Wisdom.
    • A thought which arises as a wrong, ugly, non-moral thought
    • etheric world; he experiences the thoughts pressing in from the
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    • rise to the thought that what may be seen in looking back at
    • thinking must be laid aside. So we do not form our own thoughts
    • thoughts which flow into us. So we contemplate what we see
    • our feeling and will. As regards our thought, when we have
    • feelings, not in thought. Immeasurable sadness, a feeling of
    • thoughts which flow into us. These thoughts, which are not our
    • own, but creative thoughts, weaving and working through the
    • Through what these thoughts say to us we receive the impression
    • once possessed. Just as a thought which we can only distantly
    • glory. We feel that it goes back again like a present thought
    • thoughts give this information, and interpret what he has
    • were, a part of man wherein we perceive how human thought, by
    • kingdom. And then, during sleep, when thought is not making use
    • that thoughts are his strength — that which must be
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    • thought of Greece. Thus what stood at that time on the border
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    • investigation of nature; they thought they could draw
    • thought out by human intellect, and those who allow themselves
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    • experiences of thought, will and feeling — becomes more
    • range as on the steps of a ladder the thoughts which have been
    • direction of thought. One hears nothing more often said than
    • thoughts, that it must more and more suppress personal
    • thinking; the human personality suppressing its own thought.
    • as the six auxiliary occult exercises: Concentration of thought;
    • that is, strenuous exertion of thought, the concentrated gathering
    • together of thoughts; the development of a certain Initiative
    • dread, we must always call to mind the thought which dispels
    • thought that by developing ourselves further we are thus
    • Gods. A man who knows how to grasp this thought in all its
    • enthusiasm, and who forms this thought in such a manner that it
    • spiritual worlds. For when he feels this thought of the
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    • to stay more in the regions of earthly evolution. Our thoughts,
    • perceptions and thoughts that lie behind it. For what did Western
    • his thought and writing. We look back to Socrates. We look to him in
    • thoughts and feelings that, so to say, were thrown off by the old
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    • its thoughts. Above all we must enter deeply into its feelings
    • another respect as well. Our abstract thought, which we use even in
    • such word as “fish,” because their thought does not
    • Krishna impels Arjuna to logical thought, to thinking in abstractions, as
    • thought that man has developed and takes quite for granted today,
    • philosophers in particular have most distorted ideas about thought,
    • been written in the West to prove that thought is merely something
    • is only in our time that thought will be valued for what it really
    • all, because just as the alchemist thought that one must have a
    • thoughts and ideas, if he were not clairvoyant. In our ordinary
    • particular world of thoughts and concepts that are a matter of
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    • that is not only a question but an actual fact for every thoughtful
    • thought, for it is by no means so banal as it might appear at first
    • treated in such books, the thought slips in that either man exists
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    • delicate structures in the nervous system. With our every thought and
    • that enables us to have processes of thought, and to acquire
    • of thought, the way of thinking that produced the great materialistic
    • scientific thought began about the fifteenth century, so the era of
    • spiritual thought is now beginning. These two sharply differentiated
    • more become evident how the new mode of thought has to come in touch
    • with the reality of things. Thought will become very different from
    • the thought of the last four centuries, though the latter had to be
    • spiritual thought.
    • shall we see the cause of this change in human thought? It is not
    • thought is needed to understand anthroposophy. I mean the habit of
    • dominant thought of their age; how in Newton's time, when everything
    • mechanical laws in an age when Newtonism drew all thought under its
    • through the world today with half thought-out logic because in
    • how objections are piled up against anthroposophical thought, for
    • thought.” Their thoughts rose up like living dreams. Nor did
    • thought, “I think,” with every feeling, “I
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    • the Sankhya philosophy or of some other school of thought. In fact, a
    • Arjuna’s thoughts and feelings as characteristic of that time,
    • thought, unperishing, greatest of all Good, thus dost Thou appear to
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    • great truth if we can thoroughly enter into the thought that all that
    • time before the Luciferic impulses entered. Thus we rise in thought
    • yesterday we thought of abstractly. What belongs to all mankind comes
    • our thoughts today.
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    • souls to it, so to say; bring them into that manner of thought and
    • Western civilization a way of thought that does not reach to the
    • their minds. We thought we must rise into heights of clairvoyant
    • lay. It is the experience, not the content of thought that is
    • content of thought here or there, or whether you attain it by the
    • lies below and then lay above — though the content of thought
    • with the abstract contents of these thoughts may find them easy to
    • simply on the basis of the ancient Indian quality of thought and
    • scientists spin their threads of thought so far as to imagine they
    • is concerned. So ancient Indian thought was right, yet it could not
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    • futile such a way of thought can be, but you do not notice it so
    • such lines of thought as we can give only in outline are indeed
    • purposely tried to derive our thoughts from a spiritual creation
    • because it brings us all too near to the humble thought of how little
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    • must battle with the thoughts of Lucifer;
    • thought-forms, grasping them pretty well and even lecturing about
    • thought), saying, “I've usually found this comprehensible.
    • life if people could assume the attitude towards the thoughts and
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    • has to be said, for we must lead our thoughts to realize that the
    • mental images, the ability to make his ideas and thoughts so mobile
    • is aware of thoughts in his soul; he knows that he is grasping,
    • spinning out, connecting and separating these thoughts. Inwardly he
    • feels himself to be the master of his thoughts, which seem rather
    • formed and then dismissed. This life of thought must develop in the
    • to deal with thoughts that are passive. If someone really succeeds in
    • thoughts were not things over which he has any command: they are
    • connect and separate your thoughts but, instead, each one of them in
    • seems, where you do not find thoughts that are like those in the
    • would have ants in your head instead of thoughts! It is just like
    • thoughts become so alive that they themselves join each other,
    • a stronger power of soul to confront these living thought-beings
    • with our consciousness than we do with the passive thoughts of the
    • foolishly. They are patient things, these thoughts of our ordinary
    • where our thoughts will lead an independent life. A human being must
    • these active, lively, no longer passive thoughts. In the physical
    • elemental world, it may well happen that our stupid thoughts,
    • have to bring to bear on the living thought entities of the elemental
    • passive thoughts, wishing rather to hold fast to the conditions of
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    • ideas and thoughts so mobile that through his lively, flexible
    • is aware of thoughts in his soul; he knows that he is grasping,
    • spinning out, connecting and separating these thoughts. Inwardly he
    • feels himself to be the master of his thoughts, which seem rather
    • formed and then dismissed. This life of thought must develop in the
    • to deal with thoughts that are passive. If someone really succeeds in
    • thoughts were not things over which he has any command: they are
    • connect and separate your thoughts but, instead, each one of them in
    • seems, where you don't find thoughts that are like those in the
    • would have ants in your head instead of thoughts! It is just like
    • thoughts become so alive that they themselves join each other,
    • a stronger power of soul to confront these living thought-beings with
    • our consciousness than we do with the passive thoughts of the
    • foolishly. They are patient things, these thoughts of our ordinary
    • where our thoughts will lead an independent life. A human being must
    • these active, lively, no longer passive thoughts. In the physical
    • elemental world, it may well happen that our stupid thoughts,
    • activity we have to bring to bear on the living thought entities of
    • with these passive thoughts, wishing rather to hold fast to the
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    • help making objections, for their ideas and habits of thought give
    • consciousness in the elemental world. There the thoughts that we have
    • consciousness into a world (into a thought-world, one might call it)
    • himself firmly upright in his soul to withstand thoughts that are
    • world of creeping and crawling thoughts remind us of the physical
    • “a world of living thought-beings.”
    • shadow-pictures, shadows of thoughts, whose real substance we find in
    • the spiritual world; this thought-substance forms the beings there
    • spiritual world consist of thought-substance. They are themselves
    • thoughts, actual thoughts, nothing but thoughts, yet they are alive
    • with an inner essential being; they are living thought-beings.
    • embodiment in the sense world of thoughts in speech, a pale
    • experience the living thought-entities in the spiritual world. What
    • spirit language. One spirit being speaks to another; thought language
    • is spoken in the realm of the spirit! However, this thought language
    • world where thoughts are entities, entities are thoughts; however,
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    • thoughts that a person carries around within himself and ponders when
    • thoughts, and thus there will come to every individual thinker the
    • thought grasped by an individual human being is always permeated to a
    • was clear to him that there must lurk in the solitary thoughts a
    • too, he understood that in the human activity of individual thought
    • human civilization. When we look at the character of thought, we have
    • and then passes away. Writing is different. A thought can be put into
    • when you write something down. The thoughts that otherwise would
    • thought the luciferic temptation, in what is written or printed, the
    • Capesius. On the one hand, he said, we have the thoughts of the
    • want to explain the world to themselves in thought. In what is
    • Between these two, solitary thought and writing, we have
    • word is the embodied thought but at the same time, for the physical
    • plane, it is quite different from thought. We need not look at the
    • loneliness of thought. An individual does not speak a language of his
    • word, has become a middle thing between solitary thought and the
    • thought grasped in solitude is the complete victim of the luciferic
    • Consider these three activities: solitary thought, the
    • obviously at work, for this would mean forbidding solitary thought.
    • the vessel for wisdom and insight, the vehicle of thoughts and mental
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    • middle condition work into the triad of thought, word and writing in
    • arts where luciferic impulses are at work. Just as thought takes
    • not be able to form on the physical plane any ideas, thoughts, or
    • as a place of living thought-beings, engaged in spiritual
    • a world of beings that consist of thought-substance; through this
    • thought-substance they are more alive, more individual, more real
    • thought-substance are just as real as any man of flesh and blood on
    • a thought-language passes between one being and another, and where
    • our soul is forced to carry on thought-conversations with the
    • thought-beings if we want to arrive at a relationship with them. I
    • As living thought-beings, we have to adjust to the
    • movement of his hands; we have described how thoughts, living within
    • order to find ourselves as living thought-beings among other living
    • thought-beings. We must conduct ourselves as do the other
    • thought-beings, that is, allow our own words to be actions, to put it
    • that it belongs to the realm of the spirit as a living thought-being
    • among other living thought-beings, whose words are deeds; they
    • similar to the characteristics of the spiritual world where thoughts
    • perceived, thought, felt, willed in the physical world. Just as we
    • thought-being. If then we have a feeling of utter calmness in our
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    • thought-beings converse. A spiritual conversation of this kind begins
    • growing as a living thought-being itself.
    • nevertheless thoroughly independent living thought-beings.
    • thought becomes an individual living thought-being and begins to lead
    • thoughts sitting in us that are capable of taking on human form. When
    • listen to this conversation of your own past with the living thought
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    • come now to the end of this cycle of lectures, during which thoughts
    • actually enveloped in the element of living thought-being.
    • in which we knowingly eliminate thoughts of injustice done to us and
    • truly genuine love and thoughtful, honest compassion are the right
    • everything having to do with it, thoughts stand before the soul that
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    • concepts and thoughts must be summoned to his aid if he desires
    • contrary, it might possibly be thought that a knowledge
    • profound thought in attempts to reach an understanding of
    • argument against this line of thought; but the subject can be
    • us turn our thought to the times before Christianity had come
    • Plato, men whose subtlety of thought seems like a continuation
    • delicate spirituality of Greek thought the element of
    • ideas and thoughts he gives very little evidence of
    • forms of thought and belief. And in no very distant future,
    • thought to the conception of a spiritual origin of the Earth.
    • contained in it. In other words, if Darwinian thought becomes
    • thought will carry him back over the earth's history to the
    • could have thought them capable of uttering. It was then that the
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    • experiment. But this thought is not tenable ... for would a man
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    • going on, great and sublime thoughts, ethical truths, and above
    • of thought took place between Jesus of Nazareth and the
    • to Jesus of Nazareth as a result of the exchange of thoughts
    • also very soon feels that human thoughts cannot fathom their
    • depths, that human thoughts are not capable of approaching
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    • quietude at the end of his twenties, his thoughts turned more
    • different was my life before that change! His thoughts often
    • to the infinitudes. Then his thoughts went back to what his
    • knowledge and religion; he thought of how between his
    • doctrine. Many a time his thoughts turned to those years. But
    • achievements. And he often thought of what he had been before
    • the sacrificial rites. Inevitably His thoughts turned to the
    • with these thoughts He went about the country, those who were
    • but in a bigoted, Jesuitical form; this kind of thought can
    • But there are people who cannot bear the very thought of
    • in face of contemporary thought which contents itself with
    • Spirit comprehensible to the thought-life of the past. And so
    • me. Your hearts may perhaps be warmed by the thought that even
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    • whether old habits and thoughts still continue to act in a
    • to him, for they thought a priest had been sent to them
    • beautiful archangel whom you thought you were loving.' And then
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    • Let us take thought, that is, what we as humans think. At first
    • these thoughts are in our consciousness, but not merely in our
    • angels. But whereas we may have one thought, all
    • our thoughts are the angels' thoughts. The
    • thought, and be aware that one is being thought. It is not easy
    • hierarchy. We let the angels think our thoughts. We must
    • realize that we are not conducting our thoughts, but that the
    • our thoughts to the angels so they think in us. We can achieve
    • the words: “Your soul doesn't think any more, it is a thought
    • individual human experience, we experience the thoughts about
    • the truths of the Christ-impulse, also other thoughts about the
    • Persian epoch and so forth — are thought by the archangels. By
    • be thought by the angels, but to be experienced by the
    • anthill, and the ants are the thoughts in movement. Whereas in
    • ordinary life we think that we think our thoughts, through
    • practice we realize that the thoughts think in us, because the
    • knows: My thoughts are thought by the angels. If we wish to
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    • thoughts about them.
    • turn is thought to be a matter of personal freedom. But
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    • water or mist must by thought of as originating in the
    • looks upwards once again, it is thought that the ancient
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    • understand Western thought and philosophy, they come to a
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    • Steiner examines the historical pattern of humanity's thoughts and
    • evolution. We need only take a certain thought, and we shall find it
    • the souls of men with regard to the life of thought. We find that a
    • thought and ideas were made at the beginning of our era, and Western
    • But the thoughts, the ideas themselves, through which these advances
    • regions. This deepening of thought is truly astonishing.
    • that age, an immense wrestling of thought with that Mystery occurred.
    • deepest thought of that time, the first thing that strikes one is
    • thought-world that belongs to the beginning of our era; one can try
    • feeling: Yes, that was the time when thought underwent an
    • unprecedented deepening. Something happened with thought; it
    • living back into the thought-world of that time and recreating it in
    • that the deepening of thought is a consequence of it.
    • explanation of the deepening of thought at that time be found. Only
    • Greece and Rome an infinite deepening of thought took place. Let us
    • put a circle round this Greek and Roman thought-world and make it an
    • Mystery of Golgotha, but we find an infinite deepening of thought
    • we have enclosed there was a deepening of thought never previously
    • But if one places oneself in this thought-world, and has
    • immersed in the individual character of this thought. And then one
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    • Steiner examines the historical pattern of humanity's thoughts and
    • If we call to mind once more the thoughts of yesterday's
    • most significant, wisdom-filled current of thought — when we
    • people thought He had gone about in a physical body, this was
    • things. Far removed from anything like orderly thought, the
    • Greek philosopher still felt that his thoughts emanated from the
    • his thoughts and the mysteries of the world. In modern times there
    • because he was able to accept his thoughts as thoughts of the
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    • Steiner examines the historical pattern of humanity's thoughts and
    • grasp that which could not be grasped by the thoughts and ideas of
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    • sitting there as if wrapped in deep thought, inwardly at rest, so
    • thought of as embodied in the flesh. What his worshippers had for a
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    • Steiner examines the historical pattern of humanity's thoughts and
    • ready. He thought the whole company had ridden out to hunt and wanted
    • now observe — these thoughts about a revival of the stellar
    • Our Lord I thought of never more
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    • wished to arouse through my words, not only in your thoughts but in
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    • first of the Soul-Forces is the power of thought. In
    • ourordinary life we use it for shaping our thoughts, for
    • enter into the nature of this Thought-Force. What happens
    • admit that every time we grasp a thought which relates to
    • external world, and have not yet learned to free our thoughts
    • meditate without fatigue, then we have freed our thought from
    • had to release the power of thought, so we have to release
    • just as we can grasp the power of thought; and in so doing,
    • thought we overcome space. The memory, which in ordinary
    • the freeing of our thought we unite ourselves with the Christ
    • if we set free our power of thought, we can speak with those
    • him in a low voice, or we can send him thoughts, but he will
    • day have taken in spiritual thoughts. A distinction can be
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    • looking at things in an unreal way if this is thought to be the case.
    • conveyed through thoughts and theories. He received it instead in the
    • disorderly way in which these impulses of thought, feeling and will arise,
    • My dear anthroposophical friends, I wished to place thoughts like these
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    • Human and Cosmic Thought
    • Man experiences within himself what we may call thought, and in
    • thought he can feel himself directly active, able to exercise his
    • But when someone has a thought, then it is he himself who makes the
    • thought. One might say that he is within every fiber of his thought,
    • that is in the thought I have thought into it, and what I have not
    • thought into it cannot be within it. I survey the thought. Nobody can
    • say, when I set a thought before my mind, that there may still be
    • something more in the thought, as there may be in the rose and in the
    • stone, for I have myself engendered the thought and am present in it,
    • In truth, thought is most completely our possession. If we can find
    • the relation of thought to the Cosmos, to the Universe, we shall find
    • which he possesses in his thought, he can find an intimate relation
    • within every fibre of his thought, and therefore must be able to know
    • his thought more intimately than he can know any perceptual image,
    • but — yes — most people have no thoughts! And as a rule
    • have thoughts in order to realize it. What hinders people in the
    • widest circles from having thoughts is that for the ordinary
    • then fancy they have grasped the thought
    • account of the evolution of Western thought from the sixth century
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    • Man experiences within himself what we may call thought, and in
    • thought he can feel himself directly active, able to exercise his
    • But when someone has a thought, then it is he himself who makes the
    • thought. One might say that he is within every fiber of his thought,
    • that is in the thought I have thought into it, and what I have not
    • thought into it cannot be within it. I survey the thought. Nobody can
    • say, when I set a thought before my mind, that there may still be
    • something more in the thought, as there may be in the rose and in the
    • stone, for I have myself engendered the thought and am present in it,
    • In truth, thought is most completely our possession. If we can find
    • the relation of thought to the Cosmos, to the Universe, we shall find
    • which he possesses in his thought, he can find an intimate relation
    • within every fibre of his thought, and therefore must be able to know
    • his thought more intimately than he can know any perceptual image,
    • but — yes — most people have no thoughts! And as a rule
    • have thoughts in order to realize it. What hinders people in the
    • widest circles from having thoughts is that for the ordinary
    • then fancy they have grasped the thought
    • account of the evolution of Western thought from the sixth century
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    • can think again what those other fellows have thought out, and feels
    • prevailing notion in the realm of thought.
    • coining of correct thoughts in their conception of the world, it is
    • yesterday — that although thought is something a man is
    • grand thoughts, through which he wanted to build up a conception
    • the structure of the world the thoughts I put into making shoes. And
    • in due course he arrived at his sublime thoughts about the world.
    • practical trains of thought; something that can urge us to examine
    • sphere of thought with which present-day thinkers trouble themselves
    • “one”. Not even in thought can we pass over into two, or
    • On these lines, if we simply give our thoughts the right direction,
    • some realm of thought somebody has got hold of the idea “general
    • is, to understand clearly that the truth of a thought in the realm to
    • thought into them. Our own sense-impressions are all we can rightly
    • thought; the world discloses itself only to someone who knows that
    • terms of thought, all twelve standpoints are fully justifiable. For a
    • thinker who can penetrate into the nature of thought, there is not
    • reasons being thought out for each of them. There are twelve such
    • way, so that from the consideration of man in terms of thought we may
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    • can think again what those other fellows have thought out, and feels
    • prevailing notion in the realm of thought.
    • coining of correct thoughts in their conception of the world, it is
    • yesterday — that although thought is something a man is
    • grand thoughts, through which he wanted to build up a conception
    • the structure of the world the thoughts I put into making shoes. And
    • in due course he arrived at his sublime thoughts about the world.
    • practical trains of thought; something that can urge us to examine
    • sphere of thought with which present-day thinkers trouble themselves
    • “one”. Not even in thought can we pass over into two, or
    • On these lines, if we simply give our thoughts the right direction,
    • some realm of thought somebody has got hold of the idea “general
    • is, to understand clearly that the truth of a thought in the realm to
    • thought into them. Our own sense-impressions are all we can rightly
    • thought; the world discloses itself only to someone who knows that
    • terms of thought, all twelve standpoints are fully justifiable. For a
    • thinker who can penetrate into the nature of thought, there is not
    • reasons being thought out for each of them. There are twelve such
    • way, so that from the consideration of man in terms of thought we may
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    • thought by the spiritual cosmos of the twelve zodiacal signs, which
    • Of late it has been thought that one could more easily become
    • consists in its enabling the soul to connect thoughts, concepts and
    • world that can be found as thought, to link together thought with
    • thought, and to make an organism of it — Logicism! One can
    • the Sun illuminates, and retains the thoughts after the Sun has set,
    • thought-phenomena, but they had no crude experience of the will: that
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    • thought by the spiritual cosmos of the twelve zodiacal signs, which
    • Of late it has been thought that one could more easily become
    • consists in its enabling the soul to connect thoughts, concepts and
    • world that can be found as thought, to link together thought with
    • thought, and to make an organism of it — Logicism! One can
    • the Sun illuminates, and retains the thoughts after the Sun has set,
    • thought-phenomena, but they had no crude experience of the will: that
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    • Thought of the Hierarchies.
    • to say that the brain forms the thought — more exactly, that
    • the central nervous system forms the thought. For anyone who sees
    • it back. The experience a man has of his thoughts is quite similar.
    • as little to do with what a man perceives as thoughts as a mirror has
    • perceiving of a thought is preceded by a thinking activity that works
    • upon the brain. For example, if you want to perceive the thought
    • “mirror” for the perception of the thought “lion”.
    • What you finally perceive as thoughts are the reflections, the
    • and capacity for reflecting your thinking as thoughts. If you want to
    • go back to the activity on which the thought is based, then it is the
    • that you perceive the thought “lion”. You see, a
    • reflecting the thought. That is the real process, but such a muddled
    • simply to grasp the thought, but to prepare his brain for it. If he
    • has prepared it so that it reflects, then he has the thought. When
    • the thought is reflected, and the soul becomes conscious of the
    • thought. Thus we have to distinguish two phases: first the work on
    • ready to reflect the thought as an image.
    • into a mirror-apparatus for the thoughts. But it is not sufficient
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    • Thought of the Hierarchies.
    • to say that the brain forms the thought — more exactly, that
    • the central nervous system forms the thought. For anyone who sees
    • it back. The experience a man has of his thoughts is quite similar.
    • as little to do with what a man perceives as thoughts as a mirror has
    • perceiving of a thought is preceded by a thinking activity that works
    • upon the brain. For example, if you want to perceive the thought
    • “mirror” for the perception of the thought “lion”.
    • What you finally perceive as thoughts are the reflections, the
    • and capacity for reflecting your thinking as thoughts. If you want to
    • go back to the activity on which the thought is based, then it is the
    • that you perceive the thought “lion”. You see, a
    • reflecting the thought. That is the real process, but such a muddled
    • simply to grasp the thought, but to prepare his brain for it. If he
    • has prepared it so that it reflects, then he has the thought. When
    • the thought is reflected, and the soul becomes conscious of the
    • thought. Thus we have to distinguish two phases: first the work on
    • ready to reflect the thought as an image.
    • into a mirror-apparatus for the thoughts. But it is not sufficient
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    • only in the language of thought — I refer to the realm of occult
    • of the world. When we make a thought of occult science come alive in
    • thoughts and ideas belonging to Spiritual Science, cannot be seen, even
    • But when a man living on the earth causes a thought or an idea from the
    • strongly spiritual thoughts and ideas. In this case, when another soul,
    • be a blessing to the so-called dead by reading to them in thought the
    • ourselves, we follow in thought the ideas and concepts of Spiritual
    • reading becomes very real to them, because such thoughts are
    • those made by thoughts based upon the senses, which are only
    • encroachment of Luciferic beings, man diverted his power of thought
    • idea or thought belonging to Spiritual Science would need only to be
    • materialistic thoughts, theories and ideas. Materialistic theories
    • inscribed occult thoughts and ideas in the Akasha-substance will be
    • previously thought.
    • the thought brings the process back into his memory.
    • to which he never gave a thought in the earlier incarnation?
    • the world around us by forming thoughts about our surroundings. In ordinary,
    • everyday life a man thinks thoughts which are caused through
    • within the soul, which otherwise is developed only through thought
    • think, to form thoughts within itself, without using the brain as an
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    • fill our souls with the thought of how, as regards His outer form,
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    • cannot remember something one has not thought about. If at night you
    • thought about them. If you had taken care to impress upon yourself a
    • troubled in the earlier incarnation to have thoughts about the nature
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    • Christ-Impulse at that time because his power of thought had not been
    • that men thought in pictures. I shall treat of this subject further in
    • humanity to think in thoughts, this faculty not being aroused in man
    • onwards the thinking of thoughts has developed more and more; we now
    • to develop on the right lines so that our thoughts shall no longer be
    • his ideas. From this danger man is saved by permeation with thoughts
    • In the Primal Beginning is the Thought,
    • And the Thought is with God,
    • And a God-like being is the Thought.
    • And may the Divine Thought shine into my Ego
    • That the darkness of my Ego may grasp the Thought Divine.
    • before Christ. About three and a-half centuries later thought had
    • fourth post-Atlantean age and the understanding of thought as there
    • conscious utterance of the nature of thought, that is to say, until
    • Hegel. Human thought attained its highest point with Hegel: “The
    • living and weaving of thought in truth is the causative Spirit.” What
    • In the Primal Beginning is the Thought,
    • And Infinite is the Thought.
    • And the Life of the Thought is the Light of the Ego.
    • May light-giving Thought fill the Darkness of my Ego,
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    • Ahriman they could not have done this. Thought, feeling and will,
    • seeking reason might have thought with scornful mockery about all that
    • then thought, feeling and will would rage madly within him. The Greeks
    • way to us easier the more we were permeated with the thought of Christ
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    • Thought, Feeling, Will and the
    • Sense-perceptions. The value to us of Perception and Thought is in
    • Thought, Feeling, Will. Perception of outer world becomes an inner
    • body of light. As regards thought, one sees at this time in this body
    • have often mentioned; in the forms of thought, feeling and will. But
    • We must reckon our thoughts, by
    • these four realms: Perceptions, Thought, Feeling and Will.
    • thought, we become aware that also with respect to thought we may
    • have the feeling that we must not be satisfied if this thought merely
    • stirs and dies down again within itself; thoughts only have an
    • our own inner being than are thought and perception. When we wish to
    • thought which we can call true, we say of this true thought that it
    • possible to convince others of this thought if we can only find the
    • thought we find that this life of feeling is very interior and that
    • we are unable to convey it to others directly in thought in the
    • perception and thought are more external in the inner life of man,
    • through our perception. And with respect to our thought we have the
    • steps that can be taken; through our thought we can always press on
    • there outside, and through perception and thought we can only make
    • and thought one has the notion that there is a great deal outside in
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    • connection with our study of Thought, Feeling, Will and Perception,
    • will, but are also able to store up our thoughts and perceptions as a
    • thought about them.
    • Thought, Feeling and Perception transcends what the physical plane
    • that is accessible to my soul in Perception, Thought, Feeling and
    • our deepest, most inward being with this thought:
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    • originate sense perceptions. True thought does not consist in sense
    • but the etheric body. That which permeates thought as a living force
    • of thinking, conflict occurs with Ahriman, and thus thoughts do not
    • memory extends. Memory consists in thoughts reflected in Time. The
    • a sense perception. Sense perceptions may give rise to thought, but
    • true thought does not consist of sense perceptions, it is a more
    • physical body with the actual thought, but we do upon our etheric
    • body. When we think, all that is in the thought does not enter into
    • us. Were all that is contained in thought to enter into us, we should
    • Munich that if a person were to experience thoughts just as they are,
    • he would feel somewhat as if he were in an ant heap. Thoughts would
    • in our human thought, because again, only what is like the froth of
    • thought which appear in us as our thinking. On the other hand, that
    • which permeates thought as living force, sinks into our etheric body.
    • battle? It is that thoughts do not appear in us as they would do if
    • feel ourselves within the life of the thought-beings moving hither
    • fills our etheric body is the treasure of our thought.
    • This treasure of thought arises
    • through thoughts being reflected, as it were, in our etheric body in
    • extends in physical life. Memory is rejected thoughts, thoughts
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    • or method of thought. Solovioff: 'The highest truth works as a
    • thoughts and ideas. Spiritual Science ought never to be taken up in
    • that live in him and through his acquiring the habits of thought and
    • must always be thought of in conjunction with human karma. It must
    • the closer connection we find in their thought and feeling to this
    • mankind thought in such a way, that the origin of what I have called
    • method of thought. That is quite impossible.
    • thought, it develops one thought out of another; it seeks for what
    • if we merely devote ourselves to thought and follow it consecutively;
    • general, has its origin in the fact that through thought we can rise
    • thought to Meditation, Inspiration and Intuition, which becomes
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    • entirely filled with the thought: Thou hast left thy body; now in the
    • thoughts, which became our memories during life on earth, unfold once
    • thoughts in the ordinary way is overcome and this spiritually
    • our thoughts, which while we were on the physical plane were but
    • thought. We become aware that the thought pictures in our physical
    • our thoughts as we do in life, we notice after death that these
    • thoughts, which we had in life as memory-thoughts, only seem to be
    • presence; it exists. Every thought is alive, is a living being. Now
    • we know: During physical life thou didst think, thy thoughts appeared
    • forming thoughts, thou wast producing nothing but elemental beings.
    • thoughts really were now stands before thee. We now first learn by
    • need the power of memory to remember a thought we had, say, at the
    • example, at the age of forty the thought would only be twenty years
    • Such are the conditions with respect to thought and also to that
    • which springs from thought as our store of memory.
    • beings of others; it is possible for us now to see the thoughts of
    • others as elemental beings. We see the thoughts that live in the soul
    • see the thoughts of the other, whereas now we can. But we have need
    • must echo in us. Then, when the thoughts of the other appear to us,
    • us as thoughts, as elemental beings. But we love them because we
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    • best to apply the remedy of falling asleep with spiritual thoughts in
    • come would allow spiritual thoughts to be prescribed for them; and
    • read in thought something from Spiritual Science, or cause any other
    • spiritual thoughts quietly to pass through our souls, our dead will
    • If you cultivate such thoughts about the connections of the physical
    • with the thought of the Christ Whom we have learnt to know through
    • Rosicrucian Christian thoughts flowed into the later poems of this
    • weaving and working in human life, when the thoughts which speak of the
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    • consciously develop thoughts and feelings, must seek step by step, of
    • spiritual world so that he can rise to the thought: ‘What I say
    • their physical thoughts, thoughts aroused on the physical plane. We
    • must acquire thoughts about the spiritual world through Spiritual
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    • materialistic ways of thought are but children. We can convince
    • by thoughts, everything depends on how the separate brain cells
    • The author of the pamphlet thought himself of course quite specially
    • life, the thought occurs to one that after all it comes to the same
    • thought depends only on the condition of the cells. If such learned
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    • Now let us carry this thought a little further: “Is that man right
    • thought that stirs the very deepest mysteries within us if we
    • field for co-operation. It is true that this induces a thought which
    • and co-operation between them are necessary. There the thought is
    • poles that cannot meet, were man to be thought away. Man stands in
    • the thoughts together. When man thinks and when he wills, it is even
    • “Within thy thinking cosmic thought doth live,
    • Abandon thou thyself to cosmic thought,
    • By fantasies of dreamy thought beguiled.
    • allows world-thoughts to speak through it, really lets world-feelings
    • feelings and thoughts from beings of cosmic or universal will.
    • “Within thy thinking cosmic thought doth live,
    • Abandon thou thyself to cosmic thought,
    • By fantasies of dreamy thought beguiled.
    • thoughts find entrance to a soul, the other pole is stimulated and
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    • permeated by a devotion which controls every thought and action. This
    • addresses what was thought about certain moral impulses among certain
    • compassion and love. All the forces he had thought of using in
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    • is permeated by a devotion which controls every thought and
    • particularly addresses what was thought about certain moral
    • compassion and love. All the forces he had thought of
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    • also fashioned after the thoughts of the gods.
    • investigations of the thoughts of the gods. In former times these
    • upon as the divine thoughts according to which the world has
    • The thoughts we seek are the thoughts wherewith the gods have guided
    • longer say: “I thought it was so, said it in good faith,”
    • thought, felt and perceived in all directions, for this ideal must be
    • pleasure, cuts himself off from the world — so thought Plato
    • upon the particular thoughts, the particular feelings and impulses
    • this movement that one has thought. Thought proceeds from the brain
    • view is the opposite. In the latter it is the thought, the experience
    • way in which our brain moves depends upon what thoughts we think.
    • inquire into what thoughts he has, for just as the printed characters
    • of a book are nothing else than the consequence of thoughts, so the
    • thoughts.
    • is filled with anthroposophical thoughts than it will be in a
    • minds when you follow anthroposophical thoughts from when you are in
    • connected; one part acts and reacts on another. Thoughts act upon the
    • conquered, the following will come about. The thoughts will be
    • thoughts. The thoughts which anthroposophists have received are
    • divine thoughts. They act upon the whole organism in such a manner
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    • investigations of the thoughts of the gods. In former times
    • are allowed to think and reflect upon as the divine thoughts
    • right attitude towards it when we say: The thoughts we seek
    • are the thoughts wherewith the gods have guided evolution. We
    • thought and feeling. Anthroposophists must understand how
    • thought it was so, I said it in good faith,” for he
    • gradually come about in our life of thought. The speed of
    • if the moral ideal of truth is thought, felt and perceived in
    • the world - so thought Plato and Aristotle - the world loses
    • particular thoughts, the particular feelings and impulses
    • thought. Thought proceeds from the brain somewhat like a thin
    • the thought, the experience in the soul which sets the brain
    • moves depends upon what thoughts we think. This is exactly
    • inquire onto what thoughts he has, for just as the printed
    • thoughts, so the movements if the brain are nothing else than
    • the consequence of thoughts.
    • is filled with anthroposophical thoughts than it will be in a
    • your minds when you follow anthroposophical thoughts from
    • connected; one part acts and reacts on another. Thoughts act
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    • thoughts of the gods.
    • the investigations of the thoughts of the gods. In former times
    • allowed to think and reflect upon as the divine thoughts
    • when we say: The thoughts we seek are the thoughts wherewith
    • longer say: “I thought it was so, said it in good
    • to do if the moral ideal of truth is thought, felt and
    • himself off from the world — so thought Plato and Aristotle —
    • working upon the particular thoughts, the particular feelings
    • because of this movement that one has thought. Thought proceeds
    • it is the thought, the experience in the soul which sets the
    • moves depends upon what thoughts we think. This is exactly the
    • into what thoughts he has, for just as the printed characters
    • of a book are nothing else than the consequence of thoughts, so
    • consequence of thoughts.
    • affected when it is filled with anthroposophical thoughts
    • anthroposophical thoughts from when you are in a company of
    • is connected; one part acts and reacts on another. Thoughts act
    • about. The thoughts will be communicated from the brain to the
    • have received anthroposophica1 thoughts. The thoughts
    • which anthroposophists have received are divine thoughts.
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    • anyone who does not read the Old Testament thoughtlessly, but who wants
    • Moses himself did not recognize Him; Moses thought He was another. That
    • thought of as inseparable from Love. Neither Will nor Wisdom can give
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    • or, in other words, the concentration of our thought life.
    • What is this concentration of thought life?
    • clothed in its thoughts. We know what it means to have separated our
    • How did people react? They thought that religion was at stake, that
    • doctrine. In every age advances in thought have had to fight against
    • heavenly spheres in the way they thought they saw them. They spoke of
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    • a feeling left of what people have always thought of Lucifer, namely,
    • the nature of man, there can be no thought within us that when a man
    • I think there is another word more applicable to such a mode of thought
    • thought so, and because I thought so, I had a right to say it.’
    • ‘Yes, I thought so; I said it in quite good faith.’ Christ
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  • Title: Destinies of Individuals and Nations: Lecture 1: The Destinies of Individuals and of Nations
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    • serious times and talk to you. Our first thoughts,
    • hour, letting our thoughts go out to them, thoughts
    • karma with composure. For a time we had thought that, in
    • of thought may thus resound in that space.
    • things in the midst of our work, the thought lived in our
    • great universal riddles, to show how thought progressed
    • the thoughts that have arisen in Western Europe and those
    • aware of our thoughts being with them in steadfast love,
    • nurturing in our hearts the thoughts that will help and
    • shall actively continue in the thought that it is indeed
    • the thought that all our friends who are continuing their
    • and as often as possible when our thoughts are full of
    • thoughts to the spirits it believes to be its guardians.
    • again to unite my thoughts with yours in the times that
  • Title: Destinies of Individuals and Nations: Lecture 2: Nationalities and Nationalism in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Dear friends, once again our thoughts
    • thoughts to the spirits who are protecting the men who
    • way of thought or feeling will recognize this higher self
    • thoughtlessly but instead put things in the right way.
    • because it is the evolving of thought that matters.
    • countries. Man is so bound up with thought that this
    • thought is the product of the soul's own activity, that
    • being caught up in thought.
    • have to say: ‘He has thoughts’. For
    • ‘thinking’ and ‘having thoughts’
    • clear. In Western Europe people have thoughts. Thoughts
    • perceptions are given. That is how it is with thoughts.
    • Germans is that their thoughts show a certain coldness.
    • will ‘have’ thoughts. The concept of how he
    • heaven, and I thought: There it stands, made by the
    • atmosphere is indeed to come about, thoughts must enter
    • thoughts up into the spiritual world. The souls will need
    • such thoughts now whilst war is in progress, and even
    • more so afterwards. For thoughts are reality!
    • thoughts up into the spiritual world the more you are
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    • Our first thoughts must once again be
    • we need to let a thought I also made reference to the
    • more profoundly into our souls. It is the thought that,
    • thoughts and feelings are so strongly tinged with the
    • thoughts that existed before, but to fill it with new
    • thoughts. These, however, can only be thoughts arising
    • whether or not a number of people send up thoughts into
    • regard to human progress if you meditate on the thoughts
    • in filling the World with the right thoughts, with
    • thoughts that relate to the mission of age. We shall then
    • be able to feel that these are the true thoughts of love.
    • the thoughts we are sending forth, in the way I have
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    • fully conversant with the thought that since the Mystery
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    • our thoughts to those who are out there at the front, in
    • ‘your’ refers to those to whom our thoughts
    • the thoughts of the spiritual world. So there can be no
    • thoughts in such a way that they encompass the spiritual
    • the materialistic thought of the present time, but we
    • active, when we do not look at a machine thoughtlessly
    • that in every case we can either enter without thought
    • the thought expressed in the seven lines of the mantram
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    • let us first of all direct our thoughts to the souls of
    • they direct their thoughts to the spiritual world. Then
    • aloud of course, but in our thoughts. It could also be
    • common aura may be seen, with people's thoughts flowing
    • into it as something uniform. All thoughts going in one
    • their thoughts to something that has nothing to do with
    • thought which should fill the hearts and minds of those
    • spiritual world. But there all thought of blame goes from
    • be satisfied once we have formed a thought and recognized
    • physical world to have perceived the truth of a thought
    • has been reached or a thought has been formed. It is
    • necessary for the thought to recur over and over again.
    • of ever and again making that thought present in the
    • visible. And greater effort in thought is what People shy
    • into lines of thought like the one that says Saturn, Sun
    • it yet. For a long time to come it will be thought that
    • in our line of thought: Over the last three or four
    • hundred years people have got used to the thought of
    • Was a feeling of security in the old thought that the
    • everywhere. The thoughts of those who were truly working
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    • that everything we produce Ourselves by way of thoughts,
    • In cosmic thoughts I'll weave
    • gone through death — the thoughts, ideas, feelings
    • of Fritz Mitscher, when my thoughts were directed towards
    • differ. What they have in common is that thoughts as to
    • seen in thought pictures that arose as her soul was
    • from the opposite side and thought to myself: What kind
    • thoughts with what comes to them from the spiritual
    • that thoughts are created out of a science that
    • acknowledges the spirit, thoughts that are then able to
    • unite with the thoughts coming down from the ether bodies
    • are no souls sending receptive thoughts out towards them.
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    • complete surrender and devotion to certain thoughts or
    • oneself so completely to the given thoughts and perceptions
    • thoughts and perceptions. After constant repetition, however, one
    • gradually begins to perceive that the thoughts that have been
    • have only ‘thought' this thought; I have placed it at the
    • oneself. The thought begins to become an inner structure. It is
    • an important moment when one notices that this thought or perception
    • this thought, of this perception. One can then say to oneself:
    • enlivening of the thought, is a moment of great significance in
    • which the thought awakens, to which it is born. Much resistance now
    • of the thought to life.
    • the thought which thus becomes enlivened becomes substantial. It
    • one has not merely the feeling but the vision that the thought is, at
    • that the thought seems to tell us: “You have identified
    • yourself with it, you are within the thought, and now, you extend
    • with the thought into your own head; but you are essentially still
    • outside.” The thought takes on the form of a winged human head,
    • through the head. The thought, therefore, grows into a winged angel's
    • the thought grows in this way, we lose all possibility of thinking.
    • hitherto and into which the thought extends is felt to be like an
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    • ourselves up to certain thoughts or feelings that are
    • those thought contents, those feelings, in such a way
    • thoughts, those feelings. When we learn to achieve this
    • independent life within the thought on which our
    • until then we had merely been thinking that thought,
    • this thought will be felt to be developing a life of its
    • produce a distinct entity within us. The thought begins
    • moment, for we realize that this thought, this feeling,
    • enveloping form holding this thought, this feeling. We
    • meditation when he awakens to himself and the thought
    • strong inner life to which our thought awakens, into
    • experience of thought coming to life within him. There is
    • experience to be gone through is that thought, in thus
    • thought is like a small seed to begin with, a round seed
    • have identified with the thought and now you are inside
    • the thought and growing into your own head with the
    • thought. Essentially, however, you are still
    • outside.’ The thought assumes the form of a winged
    • extends into one's own body through the head. The thought
    • thought grows to assume that form. One feels one will be
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  • Title: Destinies of Individuals and Nations: Lecture 9: The Sleeping-and-Waking Rhythm in the Context of Cosmic Evolution
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    • clairvoyant assessing thought activity clearly perceives
    • thoughts, entering into it completely. When we do this it
    • physical organs in forming and holding the thought. We
    • physical senses, with this thought. We must hold on to
    • this thought and have no help from the physical world as
    • free will we have to make a thought the centre of our
    • time except for the one thought. When we have reached the
    • only in that meditative thought, something occurs which
    • in a pure thought or feeling content, separate from
    • you are impressing your thought form into the general
    • one thought human beings meditate on even if they are of
    • kind of nonphysical science. There is one thought human
    • infinite importance in life: the thought of the I or ego.
    • not aware of this in life — are thought in such a
    • put it like this. Certain thoughts, feelings, will
    • lived through — in so far he has thought and felt
    • who put the thoughts together, taking one with the other;
    • fan thoughts into flame but they then whirl away, they
    • our thoughts are active and have a life of their own as
    • if those thoughts actually moved through our brain in
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  • Title: Destinies of Individuals and Nations: Lecture 10: Problems on Spiritual Path - National Characteristics in Europe Moulded by Folk Spirits
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    • telling you something I have thought up but a genuine
    • cosmic ether: when we think ordinary thoughts we merely
    • same thought process. If we concentrate just once on some
    • thought or other, it will merely leave a fleeting
    • the same thought in our soul day after day, over and over
    • truly in accord with what is thought or felt or
    • Here, we relate to things outside us and have thoughts
    • spirits in the higher hierarchies develop thoughts and
    • hierarchies, we are the realm they have thoughts about.
    • These thoughts are more will-like by nature.
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    • the thoughts of a book's author remain in the book we read. When
    • not count now) everything thought out by the author of the book.
    • activity of thought, or representation. This will show you that
    • struck by the thought that in the room next to yours there is an
    • object which you were expecting for some days. A thought
    • you with the thought of getting up. The etheric body acts
    • their mind (thoughts) to the spirit realm).
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    • together with the thoughts expressed in my
    • reading has within it something of the thoughts of the
    • but I'll ignore that — everything thought by the
    • few days. The thought occurs of something out there and
    • you will find that this thought can bring about a minor
    • thought for a bit you will actually leap from your bed!
    • thought of getting up. Your ether body then came to act
  • Title: Destinies of Individuals and Nations: Lecture 12: The Group Sculptured for the Building in Dornach
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    • thought up. Something living—the earth's spirit
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    • we must every now and again return to the thought that
    • in his dreams which he could never have thought up, could
    • to have in our thoughts, feelings and will impulses, and
    • in us also does his part, guiding our thoughts in this or
    • as human beings on earth we form thoughts and will
    • always thought of themselves first whilst the Russians
    • always thought of themselves last. Such people were of no
    • Saturn man. What we absorb by way of thoughts engendered
    • thoughts differ from those of external science in that
    • spiritual science everything has to be actively thought
    • thoughts. This shall endure. Everything all around us in
    • transforming those thoughts into our whole inner life,
    • thought of how man is part of the whole macrocosm act on
    • have to vanish before the magnitude of this thought. We
    • together, souls whose thoughts reach upwards to meet what
    • the spiritual realm with all our thoughts, with the part
  • Title: Destinies of Individuals and Nations: Lecture 14: The Cosmic Significance of Our Sensory Perceptions - Our Thinking, Feeling and Will Activity
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    • to consider our thoughts our own. Not only are
    • thoughts free from toll’, as the saying
    • goes, indicating that thoughts really hold significance
    • only for the individual person, but it is widely thought
    • this he will realize that these are weaving thoughts and
    • entirely of weaving thoughts. People often say to
    • but the world of weaving thoughts, something genuinely
    • spiritual. We become immersed in a world of weaving thoughts.
    • consciousness. A thought involves something which is a
    • ocean of weaving thoughts, we encounter the necessity to
    • have not only the abstract thoughts in there that we have
    • immerse ourselves in the ocean of weaving thoughts. Those
    • thoughts that move with the stream of time.
    • thought may flash up: ‘What have I been thinking?
    • Those were sensible thoughts.’ However, the human
    • thinking’. The conscious thought ‘I am
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    • with you again after long absence, let our first thoughts be once more
    • from the thought that the knowledge which can be assimilated and the
    • of all the heavens. If this thought is once grasped, it will be clear
    • Now, let us unite this thought with another, with the thought which
    • goes as a main thread through all our considerations: the thought of
    • have busied themselves a little with our views, is this thought of
    • life. There is a connection between the two thoughts which I have just
    • rebirth, in order there to be able firmly to retain the thought of the
    • retrospective recollection, what one has unconsciously thought and
    • Turns her thought to Spirit Realms.
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    • underneath in the catacombs, with their thoughts directed to the
    • day what is kept under will be on the top. Here then our thoughts may
    • with such a thought we must make ourselves acquainted, for it is again
    • Turns her thought to Spirit Realms.
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    • etheric body. It all remains there as preserved thoughts, and when we
    • accomplishes must naturally be thought of as permeated by the astral
    • exists in the astral body a true thought, I mean a kind of knowledge
    • ‘reality,’ and compared to this, mere thought is nothing.
    • Countless men do not value thought to-day because they cannot lay hold
    • thought, but could instead see the spiritual world — then they
    • present time it is very fitting that we really unite such a thought
    • Turns her thought to Spirit Realms.
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    • through intellectual thoughts. In several lectures we have been
    • his physical body, directs his thoughts to that sphere which he has to
    • experience after death and before rebirth. We direct our thoughts to
    • Science, that in turning our thought to that other world, we are able
    • hold firmly to the thought that many of life's secrets can only be
    • world, we form thoughts which can unite us to him. We surround him
    • us the memory of this man, that is, a number of feelings and thoughts
    • of death these thoughts and feelings which united us with him, now
    • We know that we can revert to times now past through these thoughts,
    • find that in our thoughts we bear something within us which is no
    • have absorbed some of the thoughts of Spiritual Science, then the
    • is quite different to our psychic gaze. We then hold thoughts in us,
    • but these thoughts are fixed on reality — a reality certainly not
    • spiritual world. That to which those thoughts are directed is present,
    • that we carry in our souls thoughts of a being who is in the spiritual
    • the spiritual world comes first the thought of an ‘existing
    • connection; for, through the thoughts of love, through the memories,
    • there. And this thought is closely connected with that other thought,
    • Science, the thought of the value and importance of earth life.
    • the thought that the spiritual world would lack this beauty, if there
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    • it were, in the thought, that he will carry out his plan during the
    • world. That which lives in the thought must be produced anew. Both the
    • power of thought to gain knowledge of the things and events of the
    • thought much about the occurrence or not. Both alternatives appeared
    • of thought.
    • happened, but he did not know whether he had previously often thought
    • reading during the last few days, at any rate the senseless thought
    • conversation in a dark corridor, he thought he heard the name of
    • thoughts, and then has a vision of his appearance. He is terribly
    • o'clock, the thought arises in the Hofrat, ‘You and this Markus
    • it with his fingers. The thought then flashed through his head,
    • He could not get the thought out of his head: ‘In this way I
    • our thought through meditation, and the revelation of the spiritual
    • thought. To get behind the secret in this way through spiritual
    • secrets of nature through afterthought, but through forethought. Just
    • appropriate for our time. And as I have often said, ‘the thought
    • scientific thought to an inner instrument in the way described, why is
    • just as we can grasp his thoughts here — he is seized by the
    • Beings of the Higher Hierarchies. Man becomes, as it were, a thought
    • Turns her thought to Spirit Realms.
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    • lecture is also known as, The Christmas Thought and the Mystery
    • The Christmas Thought and the Mystery of the Ego.
    • The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego.
    • one thought, which, in connection with this verdict, sounding through
    • at any other time — one thought. Nations are facing each other
    • Christmas Eve. One thought, however, arises: we think how opponents
    • of Death with the thought of Christ Jesus, the Divine Light-Bringer.
    • may spring the thought of an inner union with One, with Him Who has
    • ever separate mankind on earth. Thus the thought of Christ Jesus is a
    • thought of immeasurable depth of feeling, a thought of infinite
    • that is going on in the world. If we grasp the thought in this way,
    • within human evolution if connected with this thought — this
    • thought which must develop in order that many things may be acquired
    • example). Very little now remains of the grand thought which united
    • thought. But in olden times, for those who through deeper thinking,
    • comprehensive thought: the thought of the Origin of the Cross. The
    • removed from Paradise. Thus the following thoughts are aroused: Adam
    • the thought which again and again was made clear by their teachers to
    • olden times profound thoughts were expressed in such pictures. And
    • made ourselves acquainted with the thought of the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • lecture is also known as, The Christmas Thought and the Mystery
    • Thought and the Secret of the Ego
    • is a thought that, perhaps in connection with these words resounding
    • other times. One thought! Nations confront one another full of
    • thought, however, is especially predominant. We think how enemy stands
    • of death with the thought of the divine leader of light, the Christ
    • times, can impress itself in the midst of blood and hate: the thought
    • beings on earth. And so it is nevertheless a thought of infinite
    • greatness, a thought of infinite depth of feeling, this thought of
    • the thought in this way, we will want to grasp it even more
    • how strongly this thought is connected with what must become
    • festival, an infinitely great thought originally drew together the
    • from this thought that drew together the two sacred stories. Only a
    • of Adam and Eve. This has its origin in the same thought. In more
    • ancient times, however, there were those with deeper thoughts, with
    • mystery of Golgotha. For them a great, encompassing symbolic thought
    • was always being presented: the thought of the origin of the
    • Paradise. In this story we see the thought suggested that Adam rests
    • thought that was made clear again and again by the teachers of those
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    • human thought, if we deepen it through meditation, shows us that in
    • we develop thought, the noblest flower of physical human existence.
    • evil. Our epoch is the epoch of thought. But in spite of this advance
    • Century has been directed to developing human thought and
    • it originate? It arises from the fact that in many ways the thought of
    • It is almost incredible how rigid thought has become in our time. I
    • perception, and of what the so-called critical progressive thought has
    • mannequin of thought, out of the dead into the living thought. For, if
    • critical philosophy seizes the one thought that we have to deal with
    • images, but not the other thought, that these images express the facts
    • Philosophy’ really think? Thought is to a great extent lacking in
    • this ‘Criticising of Thought.’ I have often mentioned that
    • into words that we really do not have his thoughts and soul images,
    • in our word-symbols. A sagacious thought. I repeat it in all
    • earnestness. It is a sagacious thought. One must be a clever man in
    • remarkable thinkers.’ But they are entangled in the thought of
    • thought, formed exactly after the style of the above thinker who wrote
    • what has just been read. I have applied exactly the same thought to
    • thought, and due regard has been given to each single word. If one
    • Then this is exactly the same thought as if one said: ‘Goethe's
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    • the soul was still thought of in connection with the cosmos.
    • thoughtless manner, but if we are able to understand what these forms
    • his living memory, for his subsequent life, the thoughts which he
    • centre should be there, in the same way in which the thoughts that we
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • the nature of man that are prevalent in the materialistic thought of
    • do with the actual thought-processes. The relation between them is no
    • try to carry our thought a little deeper, we are confronted with three
    • Thinking, pure thought as such, is very little disturbed by Lucifer
    • thoughts to the front and back of the human form. From this aspect
    • waged principally in the sphere of thought. Thoughts are whirled
    • Cosmic thoughts and cosmic forms of thought impinge upon one another
    • to be together with our own feelings. When we have thoughts that offer
    • feeling that these thoughts belong to the world. With our thoughts we
    • thoughts, then these thoughts are a mere phantasmagoria; they do not
    • working out of their creative thoughts and purposes, took as it were
    • From left to right fly arrows of thought, from front to back arrows of
    • of thought, Lucifer can fill entirely this left side of the human
    • cosmic impulses of thought and feeling and will, remembering always
    • that as beings of thought we are actually only surface beings, whilst
    • within the walls will be the feelings and thoughts of the people who
    • these forms with forms of thought. What is inside the building will be
    • development of right thoughts and right feelings. This is the
    • superstition that the origin of thought lies in the brain processes,
    • Lucifer and Ahriman. Man must learn to see that the thoughts and
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    • will, another to thought; and there are again others which consider
    • result. Thinking, the having and holding of thoughts, is quite
    • the result in it of the life of thought. This freezing of the etheric
    • there by means of thought. There are also places which seem to be full
    • have been able to have thoughts. The capacity to have thoughts he owes
    • in with him besides the thoughts he forms there. Nor is it only
    • not only does there live the power of the thoughts that we ourselves
    • thoughts which are still remaining in the etheric bodies of the dead
    • behind him; he died with the thought that he has incurred debts. Then
    • it can be that this thought is still present in the etheric body of
    • the thoughts in the etheric body of a dead human being. But for a man
    • other and perceive within it the thought: “I have incurred debts.”
    • have in actual reality come into contact in this way with the thoughts
    • Whenever a man turns his thought and attention to duty, he looks right
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • our movement — the stream in the thoughts of those linked with
    • something that we have experienced in just the same way as we thought
    • thought, in feeling and perception to live in accordance with wisdom,
    • have the thought: I stretch out my hand, I take the vase, I draw back
    • them, directing our thoughts towards them — we do this in full
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture I: The Four Platonic Virtues and Their Relation with the Human Members
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    • like a tributary into a river, when the thoughts of those who
    • hands, we have the thought: I stretch the hand, I take the
    • When I am only thinking, only looking for thoughts, then the
    • and feel combined with them and turn our thoughts to them, then
    • first thoughts we cultivate now with our being together in our
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture II: The Path of the Human Being through the Gate of Death - A Transformation of Life
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    • one settles in the other soul and witnesses its thoughts.
    • cosmic thoughts I will weave
    • the thoughts and sensations which can be enkindled by spiritual
    • thoughts and feelings out of their souls from below which are
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and the Mystery of Death
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    • the organism the head cannot be thought without body, our
    • is necessary that souls are there who send thoughts into the
    • thoughts upwards — a lot depends on the fact that our
    • spiritual atmosphere is penetrated by such thoughts, —
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    • development, by concentration of thought and other exercises as
    • the everyday life, you think that the thoughts start living in
    • have the thoughts. You connect one thought with the other and
    • you thereby make a judgment, you combine the thoughts and let
    • I have compared somebody developing thoughts to one putting his
    • thoughts start internally prickling and creeping, they become,
    • connect one thought to the other. One thought goes to the
    • other, and frees itself from the other, the life of thoughts
    • starts coming to life. Only when the thoughts start as it were
    • higher hierarchies are able to slip into our thoughts, then
    • Thoughts on Death and Immortality
    • Thoughts on Death and Immortality,
    • summit human being is able to reach is his thoughts. He cannot
    • his head instead of thoughts. — This seems so absurd to
    • present for such a soul which can be only thought. It is
    • into the own thoughts. Then I got the possibility to say as it
    • suddenly in a mirror who met me. I thought: what an unpleasant,
    • — and he confesses his thoughts quite sincerely, while he
    • says that he thought: what a disagreeable and down-and-out
    • thoughts to the soul of somebody who has always dedicated his
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    • from mere thought, thus transcending the narrower limits of our own
    • thing is not only to absorb thoughts and ideas concerning the
    • thoughts filled with understanding, that rise up from our souls into
    • the world's spaces, thoughts that will meet the forces which will
    • influence from spiritual spheres, they mum be net by the thoughts of
    • human beings on earth, by thoughts filled with understanding for the
    • spiritual science. For they will stimulate within us thoughts which
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture V: The Intervention of the Christ Impulse in the Historical Events
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    • cosmic thoughts I will weave
    • with thoughts which ascend from our souls to cosmic distances.
    • Thoughts which meet then what works down from these spiritual
    • thoughts ascending from earthly human beings to the spiritual
    • thoughts have to show understanding for the secret work of the
    • Since these profundities stimulate thoughts in us which have an
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture VI: Moral Impulses and Their Results
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    • which we must leave behind in our bodies, our immoral thoughts,
    • thoughts, perceptions and experiences. What we think, imagine,
    • However, if we send down results of immoral impulses, thoughts
    • epoch. Then a later epoch poor in thoughts would be thereby
    • the thoughts we have only as after-images of the sensory
    • spiritual world, while we sleep. It is true, the thoughts, the
    • thought-forms. Everything that he thinks is influenced by the
    • we penetrate ourselves with such thoughts, those who offered to
    • increasingly from the thoughts which go up from our souls. If
    • human souls turn that what they can have of spiritual thoughts
    • the human spiritual thoughts and cause a new age. That is why I
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture VII: Cosmic Effects on the Human Members During Sleep
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    • thoughts, we are taken up like thoughts by the beings of the
    • connected with the forces of the whole universe, we are thought
    • woven of thoughts and the will being; we are thought by the
    • one experiences to be thought by the world of the higher
    • hierarchies. As the thought would have to feel itself during
    • experience ourselves as the thoughts of the higher beings when
    • higher hierarchies and are thought by the higher beings, not
    • cetera. In their thoughts nothing of the Christ Impulse was
    • have only needed to examine, and one would have thought that
  • Title: Lecture Series: Effects of the Christ-Impulse Upon the Historical Course of Human Evolution
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    • thoughts, so we ourselves are now taken in by the Beings of the
    • thoughts.
    • forces of the whole cosmos, we ourselves become thoughts from
    • we were real Beings woven out of the essence of thought and
    • will. We become the thoughts of Beings of the Higher
    • instead correct to say: We experience that we are the thoughts
    • of the world of the higher Hierarchies. If thoughts had
    • physical body, as thoughts of the higher Beings.
    • he is thought, as it were, by the higher Beings, not only the
    • engrossed in thought in the middle of the winter, and with.
    • the approach of spring, his thoughts gradually begin to ebb
    • human souls in contact with materialistic thought and feeling.
    • rank with the Father, and so forth. But their thoughts did not
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture VIII: The War, an Illness Process
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    • with their own thought-forms because own thought-forms do not
    • allowed to direct our thoughts to the fact that in the impulses
  • Title: Lecture Series: The Subconscious Forces
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    • and certain people thought that they had to assert their own
    • with its God, or if Christ is thought of, with Christ, this
    • majority, of the thought-forms, statements and intentions
    • Slavophil thoughts had been taken from de Maistre. And he
    • with their own forms of thought ... because the East does not
    • yet possess its own forms of thought.
    • soul and thoughts of still youthful persons forces which will
    • materialistic forms of thought at an age, when one does not yet
    • explained to you in these days, we may turn our thoughts
    • if they were theoretical thoughts, must fill our whole soul
    • thought so — a very conspicuous article on this mad
    • man!” The editor thought: “An article on spiritual
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture IX: The Relation of the Human Being to the Realms of Nature and the Hierarchies
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    • everything was what one thought and said about the world once.
    • advanced human beings and partly those who thought already in
    • spiritual science felt as Paul thought: “not I, but
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture X: Central Europe between East and West
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    • Haeckel. He got any thought, any fiber of his scientific life
    • myself. I thought: what an unpleasant, disgusting person meets
    • space, if you want to imagine it honestly. But the thoughts,
    • to want to dive affectionately into the thought that the
    • thoughts and feelings, while we dedicate ourselves to the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ In Relation To Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • especially profound. Not only is it characteristic of Hindu thought,
    • Dornach or is there simply to pursue his thoughts will know that the
    • Darwinism and physics, which is tinged with English thought. This is
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture XI: Christ's Relationship to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • generally to have thoughts in the area of the construction
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    • suffering, and in these fateful days spiritual-scientific thoughts in
    • of hope. Let me therefore unfold a few thoughts before your souls.
    • you of a logical train of thoughts which I have often advanced
    • during the night, the earth works out in thoughts all its
    • Ahriman succeeds in darkening human thought and reason to such an
    • with the thought: “That is meant to be the Christ”, for
    • things connected with these thoughts will be discussed in the next
    • your souls thoughts that render the spiritual-scientific
    • that send up their reverent thoughts to these sacrificed etheric
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch.
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    • distinction, even if only in thought, between the work we do in a
    • complete freedom of thought and a longing for it will so lay hold of
    • will feel that complete freedom of thought in the domain of religion
    • spiritual science calls freedom of thought. By coming together in
    • social life in which brotherliness prevails, freedom of thought, and
    • groups. The thought that we do this work not only for the sake of our
    • worlds, the thought that this work is connected with the spiritual
    • such a thought is to permeate ourselves with the consciousness of the
    • thought. They will have nothing to do with dogma or coercion of
    • They cannot rise to the thought that the community of the future must
    • adhere firmly to the thought: We are the last people in Europe to
    • true freedom of thought; least of all will it be able to rise to the
    • the strangeness of thought in Eastern Europe. Curious thoughts crop up
    • opening of one of our groups, this is the dedicatory thought we will
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture XIII: Common Ground above Us; Christ in Us
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    • in thoughts, from the way preparing our other work.
    • culture-epoch entire freedom of thought and longing for the
    • freedom of thought seize the human beings. Everything is put
    • entire freedom of thought holds sway.
    • thought. While we unite in brotherly unions to care for our
    • freedom of thought, and pneumatology. A human community just
    • founded on freedom of thought and know nothing of any dogma,
    • cannot rise to the thought that they should have in mind the
    • to be asserted. They stick to the thought: we look at that
    • understand the freedom of thought, and it cannot rise to the
    • thoughts are in the East; how peculiarly the thoughts ascend to
    • take up this as an inauguration thought at the first meeting of
    • who work in other branches carry the inauguration thoughts, the
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture XIV: Post-mortal Experiences of the Human Being
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    • thought: what is behind this red colour? — Then you will
    • perceived by them, are thought, imagined by them; and while we
    • are perceived by them, are thought, are imagined by them, we
    • Into cosmic thoughts I will weave
    • explain the particular depth of the Easter thought to our dear
    • because we hear words and take up them as thoughts in our
    • must become able to have the thoughts by the
    • his heart. Today a lot of views and thoughts are spread,
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    • person met me, and I thought: this is a person with a very
    • other side getting in, and he thought: what a down-and-out
    • attention to that, if we send thoughts to him which
    • was too foolish, but the editor of the magazine thought that it
  • Title: Lecture: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • Perception of the Nature of Thought
    • Also known as: Perceiving the Thought Being ...
    • Also known as: Perceiving the Thought Being ...
    • of the Nature of Thought
    • interpreted out of the signs of the cosmos. Anyone who thought that
    • one can call the life of thought in ancient Greece. Our age has not
    • difference, for instance, between the thought life of our own time
    • and that of ancient Greece. Our clumsy thinking believes that thought
    • modern man. Thought lived in Socrates, Plato, even in Aristotle quite
    • thought-life first awoke in the 7th, 6th century B.C. Before that
    • there was no actual life of thought. As my book sets out, one can
    • speak of a beginning, of a birth of thought-life in this age of
    • comes the actual thought-life. And in the epoch described here the
    • thought-life is still essentially different from that of modern
    • times. The Greek thinker does not draw up thoughts from the depths of
    • his soul, but thought is revealed to him just as external sound or
    • colour is revealed to modern man. The Greek perceives the thought; he
    • thought-perception. Thus in the first period we are concerned with
    • thought-perception. Plato and Aristotle did not think in the
    • way the modern philosopher thinks, they thought as today we see,
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    • self-knowledge. Self-knowledge, however, must not be thought
    • thought was slowly entering. In later times, men spoke
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    • of the fullness of the cosmic thoughts, we feel: thou
    • the cosmic thoughts, we begin to distinguish our past
    • printed, our thoughts pass over into other human beings,
    • live on in other human souls. These thoughts live in the
    • us the idea takes root: ‘The thought you
    • the world our own thoughts are living. If the thoughts are
    • own thoughts; the human being is not always strong enough
    • to do this, because these thoughts must be called forth
    • thoughts are living in the world, when we can have the
    • consciousness that our own thoughts are living out there in
    • thoughts of our etheric body, and in the impact to become
    • — that then too we impact the thoughts of our etheric
    • line of thought contained in this lecture, I want now to
    • thoughts. what I regard as important from the point of view
    • the thoughts that were there during his friendship with the
    • filled me with dread; I thought she had lost her reason.
    • might, possibly, have been avoided. And I also thought:
    • the thought of higher necessity? If God makes us guilty,
    • away from all dark thoughts. I gave a feast in honour of
    • beautiful creature of whom, however, I thought from time
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    • “Between midnight and dawn she thought she had
    • thoughts that had been troubling her the last days, but
    • obeyed her. Everything was still and dark and no thought
    • one thought returns: Arthur!
    • Wonderful to tell, it was as though this single thought
    • And as the thought grew to infinite longing, so did this
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    • Thought-being.
    • thought to arrive at the supersensible just through this
    • this oneness. But what is this oneness? It is the thoughts
    • the hierarchies think together; this thought-world of the
    • of Thought that surges round us, this oneness.
    • the thoughts of the hierarchies flowing together to a
    • out of the ocean of thought where all the thoughts of the
    • Thought-essence of the hierarchies — for that is
    • flooded with this ocean of the thoughts of the hierarchies
    • thought-world surging around us. And inasmuch as we
    • the surging ocean of thought, if I may say so, the thought
    • physical world we exert ourselves to find a thought for the
    • have pointed out, thought stands in profusion at one's beck
    • and call, we must obliterate the thought, drive it away.
    • thoughts, then the beings approach us. And the strength to
    • become master of the thought, to cast the thought out of
    • approaches us in the sea of the surging thought-world, this
    • will force wherewith we must obliterate the thoughts in the
    • proceed that he has the Light-sphere of Thought around him
    • and within it he must then himself obliterate the thoughts
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    • thought, feeling, and will-impulses, or in any other manner,
    • unity, arrive at all possible abstractions in thought, while
    • more through thoughts, but also through ideas having
    • perceptions, then we pass over to a thoughtful consideration
    • especially when with reference to our thoughts we free
    • free in this manner, our thoughts have no longer the
    • thought-world, that if we have two thoughts, it is WE
    • OURSELVES who unite or separate these thoughts.
    • the web and woof of our thoughts. ... This ceases the moment we
    • how thoughts begin to play one into the other. If in ordinary
    • life, we have two thoughts, and unite them, as for example,
    • the thoughts ‘rose’ and ‘red’, we
    • know that we are master in our own thought-world, able to
    • when we are outside our bodies. Life enters our thoughts, the
    • thought's own life. Each thought becomes a being. One thought
    • thought-world acquires a life of its own. Why does it acquire
    • thoughts of the everyday are only images, shadows of
    • thoughts. You can read this in my book
    • As soon as we develop body free thoughts, each thought becomes
    • thought is no longer in our power; we put it out, like a
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    • arises in man, he finds that every conscious thought that is
    • what we have destroyed during our waking life of thought may
    • a picture, of what is thought consciously on the earth, and
    • content of thought into living reality, Think what entirely
    • begins, there existence is thought to cease. The materialist
    • further with our thought into what spiritual science gives.
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    • to the truth of a situation in their ordinary trains of thought. I want
    • factors involved so before us that the course of our thoughts doesn't
    • thought in the attempt to arrive at the truth by means of strict logical
    • search for truth, to base my commentary on the thoughts developed by
    • what are their thoughts? Believers in providence say, Let us take a
    • gloriously put together, could have been flung down so thoughtlessly
    • so he has let himself in not just for producing this train of thought
    • one can engage in. You will have thought them quite learned enough to
    • We have here a truly incisive train of thought indeed, pursued with a
    • of thought, let us examine this particular train of thought in a way
    • of thought about composition, any more than such an incredibly cleverly
    • Faust. In other words, this whole train of thought leads to absurdity.
    • person engaging in a train of thought and pursuing it, but losing sight
    • sight of reality as we pursue a train of thought. We must imbue our
    • badly need to develop a feeling for the fact that not just any thought
    • of how far removed from reality their thoughts may be. But we should
    • contemporary thought to move in a direction such as spiritual science
    • must recognize the fact that both concepts exist only in the thoughts
    • say, When we survey the whole range of philosophical thought, the philosophical
    • of human thinking, you would find trains of thought that can very properly
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    • materialistic thought the concepts necessity and chance are indistinguishable.
    • of the world. The world spirit must allow us thoughts about the course
    • the world spirit first gave to us in thought form.
    • But just think what this means! It means that thoughts so impress themselves
    • manifestation: what began as the inwardness of thought becomes the outwardness
    • of individual lives we have to look for the thoughts underlying gesture.
    • thoughts behind them? We will take up the study of this matter tomorrow.
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    • our thinking, noting errors of thought where they occur, for they are
    • for today I just want to try to guide your thoughts in the right direction
    • content of our thoughts sinks down to become a content of our memory,
    • we allow what we have thought or felt to sink down into our memory and
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    • That is exactly the thought developed there.
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    • comparison. I said that upon entering that world the thoughts we were
    • stuck our heads into a wasps' nest and our thoughts swirled and whirled
    • about, every thought possessing a life of its own. We have to endure
    • as it were, out of ourselves by this independent life of our thoughts.
    • world, we see our thoughts dropping away from us. And then we see that
    • these thought-forms become beings, and they make a strange impression
    • of all, it is necessary to discover what these thoughts of the physical
    • plane, which have dropped away, can be compared to. These thoughts become
    • very lively indeed. And the curious thing is that these thoughts we
    • similar to eurythmy. It is almost impossible to find these thoughts
    • of a sort. These thoughts have an extremely peculiar aspect: they are
    • thought laughs when it gets out! It laughs in proportion to its stupidity.
    • And other thoughts can be seen behaving in a similar manner. They manifest
    • an inner life, these thoughts, a very lively play of expression. They
    • these strange thought-forms which put in such a lively appearance is
    • to see our thoughts in the way just described. Then we are also in a
    • same character, the same inner nature as the thought-forms described.
    • I could also say that gnomes belong to the same class as our thought-
    • forms, referring however to those thought-forms based on mental images
    • world and our thoughts about things on the physical plane. As I've mentioned,
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    • is taken by the thought of the physical body that now makes its appearance
    • have thought much about this, and if I now wish to describe the way
    • to our thoughts and feelings. We have to picture it this way. We don't
    • hand, but rather by living in its being as we live in our thoughts and
    • thoughts and feelings by these beings. We express this correctly when
    • we are inwardly as connected with them as we now are with our thoughts
    • we live in our thoughts and feelings.
    • are there only because they were thought and then pressed into objectivity
    • existence. Everything we confront was once thought and felt and existed
    • say that the objective world is what gods and spirits once thought and
    • first beginnings were created and thought by spirits on ancient Saturn,
    • advanced that the thoughts they had have now achieved the solidity of
    • world, we perceive what the gods thought so long ago.
    • and closer to them. While we live in our physical bodies here, our thoughts,
    • who really thought, and I quoted a remark of his to show you how far
    • of a person who had thought a lot and had said that “someone could
    • Thoughts and Facts
    • Aristotle and the Peripatetics thought there were astral spirits, and
    • to be thought absurd because it is the most ancient view, because human
    • and the near future, and it is not superfluous to give thought again and
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    • lecture is also known as, The Christmas Thought and the Mystery
    • The Christmas Thought and the Mystery of the Ego.
    • The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego.
    • one thought, which, in connection with this verdict, sounding through
    • at any other time — one thought. Nations are facing each other
    • Christmas Eve. One thought, however, arises: we think how opponents
    • of Death with the thought of Christ Jesus, the Divine Light-Bringer.
    • may spring the thought of an inner union with One, with Him Who has
    • ever separate mankind on earth. Thus the thought of Christ Jesus is a
    • thought of immeasurable depth of feeling, a thought of infinite
    • that is going on in the world. If we grasp the thought in this way,
    • within human evolution if connected with this thought — this
    • thought which must develop in order that many things may be acquired
    • example). Very little now remains of the grand thought which united
    • thought. But in olden times, for those who through deeper thinking,
    • comprehensive thought: the thought of the Origin of the Cross. The
    • removed from Paradise. Thus the following thoughts are aroused: Adam
    • the thought which again and again was made clear by their teachers to
    • olden times profound thoughts were expressed in such pictures. And
    • made ourselves acquainted with the thought of the Mystery of Golgotha
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  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
    • lecture is also known as, The Christmas Thought and the Mystery
    • Thought and the Secret of the Ego
    • is a thought that, perhaps in connection with these words resounding
    • other times. One thought! Nations confront one another full of
    • thought, however, is especially predominant. We think how enemy stands
    • of death with the thought of the divine leader of light, the Christ
    • times, can impress itself in the midst of blood and hate: the thought
    • beings on earth. And so it is nevertheless a thought of infinite
    • greatness, a thought of infinite depth of feeling, this thought of
    • the thought in this way, we will want to grasp it even more
    • how strongly this thought is connected with what must become
    • festival, an infinitely great thought originally drew together the
    • from this thought that drew together the two sacred stories. Only a
    • of Adam and Eve. This has its origin in the same thought. In more
    • ancient times, however, there were those with deeper thoughts, with
    • mystery of Golgotha. For them a great, encompassing symbolic thought
    • was always being presented: the thought of the origin of the
    • Paradise. In this story we see the thought suggested that Adam rests
    • thought that was made clear again and again by the teachers of those
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  • Title: Lecture Series: Tree of Knowledge and the Christmas Tree
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    • Christmas Thoughts and Voices, “Bergkristall” by Stifter.
    • Christmas Thoughts and Voices, “Bergkristall” by Stifter.
    • thoughts of the gods.
    • investigations of the thoughts of the gods. In former times
    • are allowed to think and reflect upon as the divine thoughts
    • right attitude towards it when we say: The thoughts we seek
    • are the thoughts wherewith the gods have guided evolution. We
    • thought and feeling. Anthroposophists must understand how
    • thought it was so, I said it in good faith,” for he
    • gradually come about in our life of thought. The speed of
    • if the moral ideal of truth is thought, felt and perceived in
    • the world - so thought Plato and Aristotle - the world loses
    • particular thoughts, the particular feelings and impulses
    • thought. Thought proceeds from the brain somewhat like a thin
    • the thought, the experience in the soul which sets the brain
    • moves depends upon what thoughts we think. This is exactly
    • inquire onto what thoughts he has, for just as the printed
    • thoughts, so the movements in the brain are nothing else than
    • the consequence of thoughts.
    • is filled with anthroposophical thoughts than it will be in a
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  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus & Christ in Earlier Times
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    • For them, this was the great problem. They thought: During the course
    • thought that they were inspired through the Christ's influence,
    • outline out of the way those Gnostics thought. Such concepts as
    • the Christ, who must be thought of as existent in suprasensory
    • of the Giordano Bruno Union by saying that this is a strange thought
  • Title: Lecture: The Year as a Symbol of the Great Cosmic Year
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    • already familiar with this thought, which the clever people of our
    • greater, more all-embracing thoughts than we have. In truth, it is an
    • extraordinarily exalting thought, when we realise: ‘I am not
    • simply passing through the air; I am moving through the thoughts of
    • era, to a time when all human thought was evolved within the cycle of
    • in this important night in which a New Year begins, with thoughts of
    • thought: I will accept the year as a symbol of the great cosmic year
  • Title: Lecture Series: The Year's Course as a Symbol for the Great Cosmic Year
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    • earth. But spiritual science teaches us to observe the thoughts
    • of the earth-consciousness, for the earth has thoughts, even as
    • we have thoughts of minerals, plants and animals, of the air,
    • the rivers and mountains. The earth has thoughts, in the same
    • way in which we have thoughts concerning our environment, when
    • earth think? What thoughts live in its consciousness?
    • thoughts connected with the whole heavenly space pertaining to
    • spaces and harbours thoughts of all that goes on in the stars.
    • cosmos in the form of thought. Whereas we human beings walk
    • far wider consciousness and far greater thoughts than we. And
    • it is really an uplifting thought to know: “As you walk
    • through its atmosphere, but you pass through the thoughts of
    • thoughts like those of the earth, for their consciousness, the
    • cannot develop thoughts about these processes. They can think
  • Title: Lecture: On the Duty of Clear, Sound Thinking
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    • evolution of to-day. We need only carry those very thoughts which
    • thought — of clear, precise thinking.
    • realms of popular thought. We live in an age of the most careless
    • Any one following up this line of thought for himself,
    • impoverishing mode of thought has slipped even into the finest domain
    • the fundamental type of the thought of the nineteenth century. I have
    • If we now turn to the trend of thought which is at the
    • Thus in the Lange and Kant train of thought we have a
    • assumption, he remains at one correct assumption. The thought
    • And so it is. When our thoughts are alive and not frozen, when they
    • gentlemen who have thus led thoughts astray, have started from a
    • reckon with thoughts that were frozen, with thoughts which when at
    • consider one process of thought which is along the lines of this
    • profound in this thought, but yet it is an undeniable fact.
    • now the thought came to Mauthner that these senses are merely
    • popular thought, especially among many philosophers of our day! So it
    • you can transpose this line of thought into another. I will
    • absolutely retain the form and character of the thought, but
    • thought.
    • true, that what is required is, that by thought they should really be
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  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • thoughts evoked by the man whom we met, revealed themselves within our
    • thought regarding him, is all disclosed in the movements of your light-body.
    • days before, when you met the man and exchanged thoughts with him. Very well,
    • human soul is not to be found on the path followed by the methods of thought
    • there merely because we have received those forces of thought prevalent in
    • of thought. At present the constraint of the things forbidden is not much
    • very little can be done in our day; but in our thoughts we must make a
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • You must just be a little patient and follow a train of thought
    • because he thought he could charge us with wanting to transcend
    • solving a question like this by starting with the thought
    • of the physical plane by means of thoughts. And as we watch
    • want to understand something, one thought must be able to
    • to develop one thought out of another. It lies in the nature of
    • proceed from one thought to another. But “creating
    • Thoughts about Eternity,
    • Thoughts about Eternity
    • describe their train of thought; it is obvious and can be
    • Haeckel arrives at a different train of thought. He explains in
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • thoughts a person might have about it, or rather the
    • Here you see the beginning of a train of thought that can go
    • was a simple man. He had no intentions beside the thought that
    • will see that then everything was still of a thought like
    • human being itself. Everything is soul activity, thoughts that
    • thoughts continue to work in us, the thoughts of the gods
    • And because they are past thoughts, they appear to us as
    • thought in the long distant past, and has remained in the same
    • way as your childhood thoughts have remained in you. If you
    • significance. We think a thought. It is now within us.
    • are necessities for us. But our current thoughts will become
    • as nature was once the thoughts of the gods.
    • And what they thought has remained as their memory, and
    • it has become nature. What the gods thought during
    • beings we think. We send our thoughts down into our soul life.
    • living with other thoughts, the earlier thoughts live on, only
    • us interrupt these thoughts at this point today and continue
    • them next Sunday. My aim today was to bring your thoughts and
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture III: Three Teachers with Different Attitudes
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    • the holidays I, too, have thought a lot about what
    • characters and what has taken place there. I have not thought
    • thought to himself, “Well, even if I did know what
    • living way on themselves; they thought the only means to gain
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • necessity, and we must become familiar with the thought that
    • thought, the feeling, that it would perhaps have turned out
    • object. If we fill our mind with the thought “You should
    • details, for instance, that before Goethe had thought of
    • written Faust. These are unreal thoughts of course, but
    • thoughts of those human beings who will in the future populate
    • things will come for the future. To make this thought our own,
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • will see no sign of any thought, no sign of anything
    • because they cannot bear the thought that it will not bring
    • the thought image of movement. I have first of all an image of
    • unknown like a thought one searches and cannot find. This will
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture I
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    • mixture of a wise, thoughtful and idiotic man, someone who is
    • he acts out of the unconscious, but of the thoughtlessness
    • argues with all types of people using all sorts of thoughts
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture II: Deeper Secrets of Man's Soul-Spiritual Nature
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    • However, the thinking develops itself as a thought only
    • be unable to take up the thought impulses of the astral body.
    • And every thought again would simply just pass over in a
    • physical materiality of the physical body, then our thoughts
    • in the ether body, call forth the thoughts, and the thoughts
    • the thought experiences out of our inner being. That which we
    • Was this activity through which man forms thoughts during his
    • we think, while we form thoughts and out of our experiences
    • not only with our thoughts, but the whole world of the Third
    • Hierarchy occupies themselves with our thoughts, the
    • preserve our thoughts in our inner being in order that a
    • and Archai. Whereas we believe that our thoughts live only in
    • themselves with our thoughts. The very smallest of that which
    • we propose with our thoughts is something which concerns us.
    • Even when we have forgotten the thoughts, they are in us and
    • we again call these thoughts out of our memory. Just as we as
    • thoughts; they work continuously on our thoughts. It is thus
    • only the side of the activity of the thoughts which is turned
    • side and this other side of our thoughts so appears for
    • thoughts which we have in our inner being occupy themselves
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  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture III: A Fragment from the Jewish Haggada, Blavatsky
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    • period, and everything that was thought in reference to
    • the mahatma was not what Blavatsky thought he was.
    • asked her what she thought about the mighty German occultism
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture IV: Secrets of Freemasonry
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    • supposed to have written, and how they thought that that was
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture V: Comenius and the Temple of PanSophia
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    • to have thoughts about yourself and meditate clearly upon
    • eyelid through thought, but you can also kill yourself
    • through thought. What this modern scientist is saying is that
    • thought can incarnate itself, that thought can make itself
    • woman who had a swollen eyelid was that the thought that she
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture VI: Death and Resurrection
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    • brotherhoods is that which is connected with the thought of
    • death and resurrection. Again and again the thought of death
    • and the thought of resurrection is brought together before
    • symbol man is shown how the thought of immortality proceeds
    • out of both of these thoughts. First a man dies and is
    • thought of immortality to the soul in a much more penetrating
    • the connection with the Easter thought. Now you know that in
    • of Hiram. So you see, the Easter thought stands as the center
    • thought of this festival. We have often spoken about the
    • the thought of immortality of the living; the soul going
    • Catholic cult or more in thoughts as happens in other
    • take the thoughts of spiritual science into yourself in a
    • might say, short-sightedness of the thought life into all
    • things. The thoughts have become small and now they must be
    • clearly shown how the thoughts of the best man of our age are
    • thought habits of a materialistic nature? A person can
    • still possess quite materialistic habits of thought; and
    • these habits of thought determine whether he has short
    • carrying thoughts or wide carrying thoughts. Now, as far as
    • Obviously Eduard von Hartmann's thoughts were so wide
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  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture VII: Man's Four Members
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    • thoughts are not sufficiently developed to be able to take
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture VIII: Thomas More and His Utopia
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    • the following thought: One must do everything in the present
    • eliminate the thoughtlessness, the lack of thought which
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture IX: Celtic Symbols and Cult, Jesuit State in Paraguay
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    • directly influence the whole disposition of the thought
    • important that one is not able to work into man's thought
    • they get from all this goes into the thought patterns of
    • Ahriman can insert himself in the stream of our thought
    • and are the streams which can mix themselves into the thought
    • people who are under the authority of their thought habit
    • thought life of the present time. Thus a man can appear who
    • head which is able to take up the thoughts of our present age
    • needs to be very sharp in order to take up the thought forms
    • described which produces those thought habits that make
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture X
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    • the complicated thoughts. They prefer to focus themselves on
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture XII: Luciferic Dangers from the East
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    • example of how we are permeated by sick thought and this is
    • to make our thinking healthy, to enable our thought forms to
  • Title: Lecture: Relationships Between the Living and the Dead
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    • Let us, first of all, turn our thoughts to those who
    • therefore, survey all the thoughts which we carry in us, as in a
    • mighty picture. We see those thoughts which we experienced during
    • This physical body we have laid aside. We see our thoughts. We do
    • in the form of thoughts while we were alive — we survey, as it
    • first to arise out of thoughts. In any real painting, the
    • bear in mind that everything pert